Margaret Harrison in conversation with Jacqui McIntosh

An online in conversation between Jacqui McIntosh, curator of The Time of Our Lives, and participating artist Margaret Harrison, 7-8pm Wed 13th March.

Harrison has been at the forefront of British feminist and activist art since the late 1960s and has used drawing at all stages of her long career to address social concerns and to place the experience of women in a wider context. The talk will explore key works she has made over the past 50 years, some of which feature in the exhibition Beautiful Ugly Violence, 2003-4, Marilyn is Dead (1994). It will also address the continuing importance of drawing to Harrison’s artistic practice and her experiences of being a feminist artist.