Durham Castle Lecture: Sir Nicholas Serota
A Creative Future: the Ambition of the Durham Commission
Sir Nicholas Serota will discuss the future of creativity in Education. Sir Nicholas is the chair of the Durham Commission on Creativity in Education. He will share the Commission's work and discuss how creativity can be embedded in the heart of education in the UK and beyond.
*Please note the revised start time for this event*
In February 2017, Nicholas Serota took up his post as Chair of Arts Council England for the period through to 31 January 2021. Previously he was Director of Tate between 1988 and 2017. During his directorship, Tate opened Tate St Ives (1993) and Tate Modern (2000, expanded in 2016), redefining the Millbank building as Tate Britain (2000). Tate also broadened its field of interest to include 20th century photography, film, performance and occasionally architecture, as well as collecting from Latin America, Asia, the Middle East and Africa. The national role of the gallery was further developed with the creation of the Plus Tate network of 35 institutions across Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Free and open to all. No ticket or reservation required.
- Doors open from 5.30pm.
- Lecture begins at 6pm, with questions for the speaker at 7pm.
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