Women Artists | Past & Present

Examining the role of women in art from the Renaissance up until the present day. This talk, moderated by Katy Hessel (of @thegreatwomenartists Instagram and podcast), will speak to National Gallery curator, Letizia Treves, on staging shows of the women of the Baroque; gallerist Richard Saltoun who has established a reputation for promoting and exhibiting the work of female artists; Jo Baring, Director of the Ingram Collection, and Sarah Turner, Deputy Director of the Paul Mellon Centre, (both also of Sculpting Lives podcast); Corrie Jackson, Senior Curator for the Royal Bank of Canada art collection; and Zoé Whitley, Director, The Chisenhale Gallery, about the women who challenged and continue to challenge art history, and getting the recognition they so rightly deserve.

- Moderator | Katy Hessel (of @thegreatwomenartists Instagram and Podcast)
- Jo Baring (Director, The Ingram Collection; co-host of the Sculpting Lives: Women & Sculpture podcast)
- Corrie Jackson (Senior Curator, Royal Bank of Canada art collection)
- Letizia Treves (The James and Sarah Sassoon Curator of Later Italian, Spanish, and French 17th century Paintings, The National Gallery, London)
- Richard Saltoun (Director, Richard Saltoun)
- Sarah Turner (Deputy Director for Research at the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art in London; co-host of the Sculpting Lives: Women & Sculpture podcast)
- Zoé Whitley (Director, The Chisenhale Gallery)

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