Talks and Events
All talks are recorded and are available online after the event. Booking is recommended, to guarantee your place call 0131 226 8181 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday 25 March, 6.30pm. Free.
Tania Kovats in conversation with Fiona Bradley, Director of The Fruitmarket Gallery.
Seminar: Casting Nets
Monday 28 April, 6-8pm. £5/4 conc.
Nicholas Alfrey (Associate Professor, University of Nottingham), Penelope Curtis (Director, Tate Britain), Philip Hoare (author of The Sea Inside, 2013) and Stephanie Straine (Assistant Curator, Tate Liverpool) discuss Oceans, Tania Kovats’ practice, and the accompanying publication Drawing Water in relation to the British landscape tradition, Land Art and the exploratory nature of drawing. Chaired by Fiona Bradley.
Streams of Story:
An evening of water tales
Thursday 24 April 6.30-8.30pm. £5 (£4 conc.). Free for water collectors.
Following the success of our recent Wee Small Hours event, we present a fun evening of water tastings, poetry and a chance to hear the stories from those collectors who helped Tania Kovats bring the world’s seas to The Fruitmarket Gallery in a slideshow presentation.
Sensing the Landscape Workshop
Monday 7 April, 11am-5pm. Free. 12 places for 14-17 year olds.
Inspired by the exhibition, this workshop draws on the idea of understanding, observing and exploring the local landscape through a range of media to create installation and performance. Led by artist Marcela Trsova.
Learning Preview for teachers and community leaders
Friday 21 March, 5-7pm. Free. Refreshments.
A tour of the exhibition and preview of the forward programme, led by Learning Programme Manager Caitlin Page. Pick up our free resources and discuss ways you can use the exhibitions with your groups.
Thursday 8 May, 2-3pm. Free. 10 places.
An exhibition tour with portable FM hearing loops, for visitors who are hard of hearing.
Thursday 8 May, 6.30-8pm. Free. 10 places.
An exhibition tour designed for visually impaired visitors and open to everyone. It includes detailed descriptions of Kovats’ work and practice.