Join Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary recipient Oliver MacDonald at Turner Contemporary, Margate for an artist talk on 6 May. 

Traditionally trained as a willow weaver, Oliver is spending his three-month residency exploring willow weaving and its materials through a conceptual lens, creating large-scale, performative objects and installations on-site.

Oliver spoke to Shape about his residency in a 5-minute blog, which you can read here.

On his penultimate day at Turner Contemporary, Oliver will be discussing his ongoing artistic practice and work, and reflecting on his 3-month residency, followed by an audience Q&A session.

This event takes place in Turner Contemporary's Clore Learning Studio. It is free to attend, however places are limited and booking is required. 

To book tickets, please visit:

Clore Learning Studio is wheelchair accessible and this talk will be BSL-interpreted.

Please let us know if you have any additional access requirements which you would like us to be aware of by contacting Fiona Slater on or 020 7424 7366.

The ARMB, set up in memory of sculptor Adam Reynolds, supports mid-career disabled artists looking to develop their practice and build their profile by offering funds and a three month residency at a high-profile arts venue. For full information on Oliver's residency, please visit

Booking for this event has now closed.