David Batchelor Talks and Events
Artist’s Talk Listen now
Wednesday 8 May, 6.30pm. Free.
David Batchelor in conversation with exhibition curator Andrea Schlieker.
Workshop: Sculptural Samples
Tuesday 21 May, 11am–5pm. Free. 12 places for 14–17 year olds.
Led by artist Tomasina Hurrell, this workshop takes inspiration from the exhibition to experiment with approaches to drawing and sculpture through colour, structure and movement.
‘Imagining things that cannot exist’: David Batchelor’s Drawings Listen now
Wednesday 22 May, 6–7.30pm. £5 full price or £3 concession
Director of The Fruitmarket Gallery Fiona Bradley, Professor Briony Fer (University College London) and Professor Anne Wagner (University of California, Berkeley) consider ideas explored in this exhibition of drawings by an artist primarily known for his sculpture.
Wednesday 5 June, 2–3pm. Free. 10 places.
A tour of the exhibition with assistive listening devices, for visitors who are hard of hearing.
Wednesday 5 June, 6.30–8pm. Free. 10 places.
Artist Juliana Capes leads a tour designed specifically for visually impaired visitors with detailed descriptions of Batchelor’s work and practice.
Booking is recommended for all events.
To book your place call 0131 226 8181 or email email@example.com
Drop in any Saturday for an informal tour.