For The People : Paul Mellon Talks

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Corin Mellor - David Mellor Abacus Bus Shelter 1959.png
Dawn Pereira - William Mitchell.png
Dominic Wilkinson - English Martyrs Church, Wallasey 1953.png
Katrina Navickas - 1954 Keep Britain Tidy.png
Linda King - Eileen Gray Interior .png
Theo Inglis - WH SMith + Son.png
Simon Phipps - Peterlee Victor Pasmore 1969.png
Rosamund West - Moore's Draped Seated Woman 1957–8 at the Stifford Estate in 1962.png
Vicky Jolley - Central Lancashire New Town.png

For The People : Paul Mellon Talks

from 17.00

For The People : The democratisation of modernist design

A day of talks

Saturday 9th November 2019

Leaf 113-115 Portland Street Manchester M1 6DW

We have invited a range of speakers, from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines, to join us to have a day long series of talks looking at how modernist design has found its way into our every day lives.

From monumental concrete public sculpture through to tea spoons, from entire new towns down to litter bins, the twentieth century saw modernism go from an obscure and elitist theoretical practise into being an aspect of almost all our lives.

Our speakers on the day are:

Linda King

Irish Design Modernism: Negotiating a Post-Colonial Identity

Dominic Wilkinson

F.X. Velarde: Working with Artists.

Theo Inglis

Mid-Century magazine design and the Cultural Cold War

Simon Phipps

Concrete Poetry: photographing post-war public art

Dawn Pereira

Concrete too is Beautiful: How William Mitchell’s casting process humanised Post-War

Urban Landscapes.

Corin Mellor

Teaspoons to Traffic Lights

Katrina Navickas

Keep Britain Tidy: Designing the National Anti-Litter Campaign

Rosamund West

Concrete Londoners: the LCC's sculpture and social housing

Vicky Jolley

Prime Movers: urban renewal through amenity dispersion in Central Lancashire New Town

Ticket Prices:

£20 regular price

£17 members and concessions

PLEASE NOTE NO PHYSICAL TICKETS WILL BE ISSUED - YOUR NAME(S) WILL BE ON A LIST*

Date : Saturday 9th November 2019 10am until 5.30

Location : LEAF

113-115 Portland Street

Manchester

M1 6DW

Event made possible by the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art


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