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A conversation between artists Léonie Hampton and Sant Khalsa
Thurs 22 July | 7 to 8 pm | Online
Join artists Léonie Hampton and Sant Khalsa, as well as RAMM’s Contemporary Art Curator Lara Goodband, for this online event.
Sant Khalsa’s work is currently displayed in the Impressions Gallery touring exhibition Seedscapes: Future Proofine Nature, while Léonie Hampton’s new commission for RAMM has been made in response to the museum’s seeds collections. Art and environmental activism inform both artists’ work. They see the personal as political, recognising that tree planting, forest conservation and growing your own food can help in healing our planet and slowing climate change.
This is a unique opportunity to hear these artists’ perspective as they talk about creating new work in response to the climate and ecological crises of the Age of the Anthropocene.
This talk will take place online on Zoom. Details will be emailed to you in advance of the date.