Tate/Open Arts Archive Study Day on Roy Lichtenstein, 16 March

The Tate Modern and the Open Arts Archive, The Open University, have organised a Study Day entitled

Lichtenstein and the Wider Worlds of British Pop

The Study Day will take place at the Tate Modern, in the Starr Auditorium on Saturday 16 March 2013, 10.30 – 17.30, in conjunction with the exhibition  Lichtenstein: A Retrospective.

Speakers include: Hal Foster, art critic and historian, Iria Candela, Curator, Lichtenstein: A Retrospective, Tate Modern, David Mellor, University of Sussex, Leon Wainwright, The Open University and Lisa Tickner, The Courtauld Institute of Art.

Question and answer sessions will be chaired by Gill Perry, The Open University and Marko Daniel, Tate.

Tickets for the event are £15, concessions £12. Price including exhibition entry is £25, concessions £20. Booking for this event is recommended.

The study day will be filmed and archived by the Open Arts Archive, a major digital archive hosted by the Art History Department at The Open University, which provides open access to seminars, study days, artist interviews, research projects, curator’s talks and exhibition archives produced by a wide national network of museums and galleries in collaboration with The Open University.