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#EARBOX meets Palindrome: Q&A with Ian Massey, Brian Rice and Richard Rome

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Working Drawing (circa 1965), Richard Rome. Courtesy of the Artist.

Working Drawing (circa 1965), Richard Rome. Courtesy of the Artist.

Studio 3 Gallery is pleased to announce that our upcoming event in Palindrome, a Q&A session with Brian Rice and Richard Rome with Ian Massey, will now be preceeded by the next installment of #EarBox, a collaboration with the Music Department. Join us from 4pm for Glassworks. Daniel Harding, Deputy Director of Music will be playing a selection of piano music by Philip Glass. The recital programme will include two of Glass’ Etudes, and sections from his soundtracks to The Truman Show and the BAFTA award-winning film, The Hours.

Tickets for both #EarBox and the Q&A are free, but booking is recommended due to the limited capacity of the gallery. Please book your place by following this EventBrite link.

The itinerary for the afternoon’s events will be as follows:

Thursday 26th February

  • 16:00 – #EARBOX – Glassworks, Philip Glass performed by Daniel Harding
  • 16:45 – Intermission
  • 17:15 – Refreshments
  • 18:00 – Brian Rice and Richard Rome in conversation with Ian Massey
  • 19:15 – Close

Studio 3 Gallery,  Jarman Building, University of Kent, Canterbury, CT2 7UG

Keep up to date on future #EARBOX events by tracking #EarBox both at the Studio 3 Gallery blog and the Kent Music Department blog.

#EARBOX: a Studio 3 and Music Department Collaboration

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We are very excited to be launching #EarBox, a new collaboration between the School of Arts’ Studio 3 Gallery and the Music Department.

#EarBox is a series of events exploring the meeting-point between visual art and music, where visitors can experience the latest Studio 3 exhibition, or listen to the unfolding musical performance – or wander the new emotional landscape mapped by the intersection of art and music, where the experience of one medium informs and influences a response to the other.

For our first event, visit Palindrome, our new exhibition of the 1960’s paintings of Brian Rice and sculptures of Richard Rome while Daniel Harding, Deputy Director of Music, performs piano works by Philip Glass, Erik Satie, John Cage and Amy Beach.

Event Details:

Wednesday January 28th, 13:00

 Studio 3 Gallery, Jarman Building, University of Kent, Canterbury, CT2 7UG

Admission to all these events is free; make sure you’re following @Unikent_music or @Studio3Gallery for event details, or visit the Music department’s What’s On or the Studio 3 blog page from early January to find out what’s coming.