The British Art Network was launched in 2012 to foster connections and develop skills and knowledge among curators. Its 2022 conference reflects on a decade of changing ideas about British art and identity, curatorial practice, inclusion and representation, and the place of collections and institutions.
We're delighted to host one of four conference sessions. Convened by our Director of Cultural Legacies, Bryan Biggs, it focuses on how the map of British art has been ‘decentred’ through processes involving revisiting archives, regional perspectives, decolonisation, and institutional change.
Speakers include artists Matthew Cornford and Mohini Chandra, artist-writer Derek Horton, art historians Alice Correia and Ella S. Mills, Anjalie Dalal-Clayton (Research Fellow, Decolonising Arts Institute) and Skinder Hundal (Head of Arts, British Council).
Free, booking required. Attend in-person and online