Terry Friedman Colloquium

Institute Colloquium
16th May 2015
Leeds Art Gallery, Henry Moore Lecture Theatre, 2.30-5pm

This colloquium is being held in honour of the late Terry Friedman, and coincides with the book launch for Cornucopia: Essays on Architecture, Sculpture and Decorative Arts in Honour of Terry Friedman. Organised by Leeds Art Fund.

2.30  Welcome by Lisa Le Feuvre

2.35  Introduction by Evelyn Silber

2.55  Graham Parry: Terry Friedman as a critic of 18th century church architecture

3.15  Melanie Hall: Terry as a teacher: the Temple Newsam House approach to studying decorative art history

3.35  Corinne Miller Terry as Colleague 1: Drawing frm the Past - William Weddell and the Transformation of Newby Hall

3.55  Tea

4.25  Nigel Walsh: Terry as Colleague 2: Collecting Sculptors' Drawings

4.45  Antonia Lovelace: Terry as Collector: a Passion for World Cultures

5.05  George Meyrick: Terry and Contemporary Art: Working with Artists (1)

5.25  Rob Ward: Terry and Contemporary Art: Working with Artists (2)

5.45  Conclusion by Evelyn Silber

6.00  Drinks and Book Launch in Gallery Foyer