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Sea Music Events

Café talk 1 - An introduction to contemporary art in plain English

Date
24/04/2017 15:00 - 16:00
Description

 Monday 24th April at 3pm  at the Spire Café

 Where to start?! Love it or loathe it? What is it? and Why?           

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sea-music-talks-an-introduction-to-contemporary-art-in-plain-english-tickets-33617075578         

A series of informal afternoon talks by Michelle Rumney about Art and Poole, to mark the recent conservation of the unique 'Sea Music' sculpture on Poole Quay - a gift to the town of Poole 25 years ago from one of Britain’s greatest sculptors, Sir Anthony Caro.  

Café talk 2 - Sculpture and Public Art

Date
27/04/2017 15:00 - 16:00
Description

Thursday 27th April at 3pm at The Spire Café

Our own ‘Angel of the North’? What makes sculpture so different? What or who is public art for? 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sea-music-talks-sculpture-and-public-art-tickets-33617197944      

A series of informal afternoon talks by Michelle Rumney about Art and Poole, to mark the recent conservation of the unique 'Sea Music' sculpture on Poole Quay - a gift to the town of Poole 25 years ago from one of Britain’s greatest sculptors, Sir Anthony Caro.   

Complimentary tea & coffee will be served.  Pop along to some or all of the talks and come and ask questions, everyone welcome.

Café talk 3 - Sir Anthony Caro

Date
04/05/2017 15:00 - 16:00
Description

Thursday 4th May at 3pm  at The Spire Café

Who was he? Why was his artwork so important? Why Poole? 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sea-music-talks-sir-anthony-caro-tickets-33617355415   

A series of informal afternoon talks by Michelle Rumney about Art and Poole, to mark the recent conservation of the unique 'Sea Music' sculpture on Poole Quay - a gift to the town of Poole 25 years ago from one of Britain’s greatest sculptors, Sir Anthony Caro.   

Complimentary tea & coffee will be served.  Pop along to some or all of the talks and come and ask questions, everyone welcome.

Café talk 4 - The Sea Music Sculpture

Date
08/05/2017 15:00 - 16:00
Description

Monday 8th May at 3pm  at The Spire Café

What was Caro thinking? How was it made? What’s it all about? What’s it’s legacy? 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sea-music-talks-the-sea-music-sculpture-tickets-33617459727          

A series of informal afternoon talks by Michelle Rumney about Art and Poole, to mark the recent conservation of the unique 'Sea Music' sculpture on Poole Quay - a gift to the town of Poole 25 years ago from one of Britain’s greatest sculptors, Sir Anthony Caro.   

Complimentary tea & coffee will be served.  Pop along to some or all of the talks and come and ask questions, everyone welcome.

Sea Music Celebration

Date
13/05/2017 18:00 - 21:00
Description

 6.00 pm - Fanfare for Caro by Jim Aitchison at the sculpture

Speeches by Lord Palumbo, Stephen Boyce, Chair of the Heritage Lottery Fund South West Committee, and Cllr Ann Stribley, Deputy Mayor of Poole

6.45 pm - Celebratory concert live stream at Poole Museum (5th floor)

World premiere of Jim Aitchison’s Sea of Music played by the new music ensemble of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Kokoro

 Mozart, Duo for Violin and Viola in G major, K.423 first movement arranged for harp and woodwind by Jim Aitchison

 Schubert, String Quintet in C major, D. 956 second movement

 Jim Aitchison, Sea of Music

Please reserve your free seat on Eventbrite

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sea-music-celebration-concert-poole-museum-live-stream-tickets-33240990698

This will also be streamed live online at www.poolemuseum.com/SeaMusicLive

 

Sea Music Celebration Exhibition

Date
13/05/2017 18:30 - 21:00
Description

6.30 pm – 9pm  Exhibitions Open:

Concerto Series sculptures by Anthony Caro

One Hundred Views of Sea Music photographs by David Ward

Book launch of Sea Music published by Ridinghouse

Sea Music Lecture 1: ‘Anthony Caro: Britain’s Public Sculptor’

Date
26/05/2017 14:30 - 15:30
Description

This concise illustrated introduction to Caro’s career will set ‘Sea Music’ in context, as a heroic yet intimate public sculpture by Britain’s greatest sculptor since Henry Moore
A lecture by Julius Bryant of The V&A Museum.


Venue: Lecture Theatre UH001 at the Arts University Bournemouth - open to all (booking essential)

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sea-music-lecture-1-anthony-caro-britains-public-sculptor-tickets-33562224517


Caro expert Julius Bryant, Keeper of Word & Image at The Victoria & Albert Museum, London, has interviewed Caro and written and spoken about his work extensively. He is the author of ‘Anthony Caro: A Life in Sculpture’, ‘Anthony Caro: Figurative and Narrative Sculpture, co-author of ‘Caro: Close Up’ and co-editor of  ‘Anthony Caro’. Julius Bryant will speak about the work of Caro with an opportunity for question afterwards.

Sea Music Lecture 2: The Conservation of Sea Music & Decay Mechanisms in Public Sculpture

Date
30/06/2017 14:00 - 15:30
Description

A Lecture by conservation expert Jane Foley & Brian Hall of Hall Conservation.
The Sea Music Celebration Lectures are part of a series of free special events, celebrating the conservation of the 25 year old Sea Music sculpture by Anthony Caro on Poole Quay.


https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sea-music-lecture-2-the-conservation-of-sea-music-decay-mechanisms-in-public-sculpture-tickets-33562323814

Jane Foley specialist in the conservation of monuments and sculpture will speak about 'Decay mechanisms in public sculpture to include those of painted steel or copper’ and then discuss the conservation of Sea Music with Brian Hall, head of our appointed conservators Hall Conservation. There will be time at the end for questions and discussion.

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