Updated: Mar 17
UPDATE - 17 MARCH 2020
It is with regret that we have had to postpone a number of fundraising events, including our ‘Art is the highest form of hope’ event at Tate Liverpool, which we hope to reschedule to April 2021. We will be working with our brilliant volunteers to find new ways to support our work in the coming year.
We are aware this is a time of great uncertainty and anxiety for many people. We are doing all we can to keep our life-saving service open and available to the men who need it.
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3 March 2020
James’ Place is pleased to present an event as part of Our Art Project in partnership with Tate Liverpool.
Join us for a panel discussion about how art can bring hope, provide a balm or excite inspiration. Art, in its many forms, can touch us on different levels – a deep or fleeting connection. Our panel will explore these issues drawing on their own artistic practice and personal experience.
Hatty Butler, My Hair is Pink so What?
Clare Milford Haven is Trustee and Co-founder of James’ Place, established in memory of her son James. She is a member of the National Suicide Prevention Strategy Advisory Group and Founder/Co-Chair of TASC (The Alliance of Suicide Prevention Charities).
Philip Mould OBE is an art dealer and his award winning BBC1 programme ‘Fake or Fortune’ is the most-watched arts programme on TV. He is President of Kids in Museums.
Flora Alexandra Ogilvy, founder of Arteviste, presents art talks for institutions including Sotheby’s and Frieze, as well as guest lecturing at Cambridge University and The Courtauld and writing for Artnet and GQ.
Cyrus Mahboubian’s work is exhibited internationally. He’s known for his contemplative approach to photography and continued use of analogue materials, especially polaroid. He has taught workshops at Tate Britain and The Photographers’ Gallery and in 2019 published his first book, VISCERA.
Tickets £25 (£8 students) are only available from Tate Liverpool
Booking is essential as numbers are limited.
Tickets include a reception with drinks and canapés, followed by a panel discussion & Q&A. Guests can also view the Theaster Gates exhibition.
Date: 28 April 2020
All proceeds go to James’ Place.
The James’ Place Art Project, which was launched in June 2019, was developed to integrate the idea that the environment within James’ Place is crucial to its work. To learn more about our Art Project, go to https://www.jamesplace.org.uk/our-art