Tue, 23 Nov | Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Insti

Day of Special Interest: "The Art of Graffiti"

From the ancient cave art of early man to the post-modern street art today, artists have always produced what we call graffiti. This study day examines graffiti’s evolutionary path throughout the centuries.
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Day of Special Interest: "The Art of Graffiti"

Time & Location

23 Nov 2021, 10:30 – 15:30
Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Insti, 16-18 Queen Square, Bath BA1 2HN, UK

About the Event

Lecturer Paul Chapman

Category Day of Special Interest

From the ancient cave art of early man to the post-modern street art today, artists have always produced what we call graffiti. This study day examines graffiti’s evolutionary path throughout the centuries. Like all other art forms graffiti is often full of narrative, focusing on social/political commentary and social satire. Paul Chapman is a popular and entertaining local lecturer.

Included in the Day are 3 lectures and a boxed sandwich lunch

The Arts Society Bath covid protocols will be observed throughout the day.

Tickets: Arts Society Bath Members: £38    Guests: £42

Please email bath@theartssociety.org to book your place and for details of how to pay.

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Location Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution

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Covid-19

While there is still uncertainty about social distancing or any change in regulations, if we are unable to meet, our lectures will continue online on Zoom.

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