Walk and Talk with Curator Dr Mark Rawlinson

Image Credit: Jack Latham

RPS House 337 Paintworks Bath Road Bristol United Kingdom BS4 3AR

01173164452
[email protected]
www.rps.org

Saturday 16 November 2019
12:00 - 13:00
Opening Hours: 10:00 - 17:00
Admission Fee: £5 / £3 members & concessions
Booking essential
www.rps.org/events/2019/november/16/sugar-paper-theories-gallery-walk-and-talk#

Mark Rawlinson
Mark Rawlinson is Associate Professor of Art History at the University of Nottingham. He has written widely on American art, photography, and visual culture, and has curated several exhibitions, including And Now it's Dark: American Night Photography (2015) and Homage to the Bauhaus: The Kirkland Collection (2019). 

 

Please visit www.rps.org/visit to help plan your trip. Please be aware that the car park in the Paintworks on a weekday is limited to three hours.  Weekends and evenings after 6pm are umlimited.

Bristol Temple Meads is a 30-minute walk to Paintworks.
Busses running from Bristol Temple Meads to Paintworks are: 1, 178, 349 or the X39, but please check before leaving.

A Park & Ride service is available from Brislington Park & Ride. More information can be found at www.travelwest.info/park-ride/bristol/brislington

Local Parking
If you need to bring your car and don’t want to use the Park and Ride Buses, you can book a place to park at a nearby supermarket using this link yourparkingspace.co.uk

You can also park all-day for £5 at Arnos Manor.  Visitors will need to go to the hotel reception to purchase a ticket to display on their windscreen. 

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