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: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/artist-talk-oliver-macdonald-armb-tickets-33519995208


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 exhibitions@shapearts.org.uk 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 www.shapearts.org.uk/Event/armb-oliver-macdonald-residency-at-turner-contemporary

Booking for this event has now closed.