Tate curator Marianne Mulvey to speak at Leeds Met
The free public session, hosted by the School of Art, Architecture and Design, will be held from 1pm on Thursday 20 March in lecture theatre A at the Rose Bowl. No booking is required.
Tate is a family of four art galleries housing a collection of British art and international modern art. Marianne, who joined Tate Britain's Adult Programmes team in 2009, works across Tate Britain and Tate Modern on an interdisciplinary programme of talks and discussions, conferences, workshops, performances, film screenings and the Late at Tate Britain series.
Other guest lectures in the series include: Stirling Prize-winner Freddie Phillipson of Witherford Watson Mann Architects on Thursday 13 March; the Design Team of the new Garden Bridge London on Thursday 27 March; designer curator critic Gem Barton on Thursday 3 April; and architect Pierre d'Avoine on Thursday 10 April. All will be held in lecture theatre A from 1pm until 2pm.
Senior Lecturer, Peter Dixon, said: "The Inside Out Lecture Forum creates a platform for internationally-recognised practitioners from across the arts to engage further with our students, members of the public and our city. Marianne Mulvey will undoubtedly be one the series highlights. Marianne offers a wealth of knowledge from a range of media from across the arts, she is a highly influential within 'Contemporary Arts' and it will be an honour for the school to have her contribute to Inside Out '14. "