Internationally renowned exhibiting artist Rana Begum talks about her incredible art practice, as part of her current solo show ‘Ordered Form’ at St Albans Museum + Gallery, curated by UH Arts + Culture.
Join us to hear about the artist’s multidisciplinary practice, widely known for elegant colour relationships and precise geometric patterns. Begum’s work focuses on the interplay between light, colour, shape, and form through sculpture, painting, printmaking, and architecture. The artist will discuss her influences and touch upon her time studying her foundation course at University of Hertfordshire – an experience she sites as having had a pivotal impact on her in opening up new ideas and disciplines.
This talk is part of the ‘Thinking Through Making’ Artist Talk Series, established by the University’s School of Creative Arts.
Entry is free and everyone is welcome! Booking via our website is essential as we have a limited number of spaces.
Prince Edward Hall (first floor, Main Building)
University of Hertfordshire
College Lane Campus
If you are unfamiliar with the location, you can meet us at the Main Reception at 13:40.
+ Free entry for all
+ 90-minute duration
+ Free parking for the first 2 hours, with £2 payable thereafter with Hozah Autopay
+ Please park in Student Car Park E, The Forum Multi-Storey Car Park M or use our Park and Ride facility at Angerland (AL10 8HS)
+ Accessible parking + toilets available
+ Ground level entrance + lift for easy access
+ Refreshments available at Café Rore
+ More information at www.uharts.co.uk
Image credits: Rob Harris