The second RIBA + Grimshaw Foundation Annual Art Lecture will be given by British artist Cornelia Parker. Following the lecture, she will be joined in conversation by writer and curator Jonathan Watkins.
The RIBA + Grimshaw Annual Art Lecture brings together the interdisciplinary worlds of art and architecture, celebrating artists from around the world and their relationship with the built environment.
Launched by the Royal Institute of British Architects in partnership with the Grimshaw Foundation, this annual series supports the aspirations of the two organisations, creating opportunities for young people from diverse backgrounds to access the world of art, design, and architecture, helping forge more inclusive creative futures.
Our annual art lecture for 2023 will be given by British artist Cornelia Parker, followed by a conversation and questions with the writer and curator Jonathan Watkins (formerly Director of Ikon Gallery, Birmingham).
The event is open to RIBA Members and the public, and actively encourages students and teachers from schools, colleges, and community organisations to join the evening.