Kingston University’s Dorich House Museum is the 1930s former studio home of the artist Dora Gordine (1895-1991) and her husband the Hon. Richard Hare (1907-1966).
It is now almost thirty years since the sculptor Dora Gordine died and yet she remains a somewhat mysterious character, hard to pin down. This talk is a unique opportunity to hear from three fascinating individuals who have approached the enigmatic life of Dora Gordine from different angles: Tim Harrison as a friend of Gordine and writer; Annaleena Piel Linnå as an artist and filmmaker; and Brenda Martin as a researcher and curator.
This talk will be conducted via Zoom, click here to register your attendance via Eventbrite. Once registered, you will receive a link via email to join.