Creative Conversations

Frequency: monthly

Aimed at: artists, arts professionals and art enthusiasts

Griffin Gallery creates an informal and relaxed environment for discussing contemporary art and other culturally relevant subjects. We will work with a  range of creative organisations and invited speakers to lead the discussions, but always with the aim of creating a comfortable and welcoming environment that stimulates debate and encourages free-flowing conversation. Events are free of charge, unless stated otherwise, but require booking as there are limited places available.

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April 29, 2014 -
April 29, 2014

PaintUnion with Cornelia Baltes and Sean Penlington

PaintUnion is pleased to welcome SeanPenlington and Cornelia Baltes to speak at our next discussion evening. Penlington and Baltes will be giving a talk about their recent work within the context of the expanded field of painting.
Penlington’s work is predominantly concerned with the history of painting and how it affects and informs practise today. He focuses on …


May 10, 2014 -
May 10, 2014

ENGLISH WATERCOLOUR PAINTING 1700-1850 | An Illustrated Lecture by Nicholas Reese

Nick Reese, who is a Committee Member of the Turner Society, will be speaking about the history of water colour painting with an emphasis on the work of Turner, Girtin and their contemporaries. Nick graduated from Bristol University with a first class in History and History of Art, and later qualified as a solicitor.
Nick is …

Archaeologies Event

May 14, 2014 -
May 14, 2014

Creative Conversation: Archaeologies

Michelle Lee Medjeral-Thomas, founder and Chief Curator of the Contemporary London, will be here on this evening in conversation with three of the artists from the exhibition she curated at Griffin Gallery, ‘Archaeologies’.
‘Archaeologies’ opens with a Private View on Wednesday, April 23rd, 6:30 – 8:30pm, and is open until May 23rd.