Let’s Talk About Art
Every last Sunday of the month, come along to GoMA to talk about different artworks, and reject some common misconceptions about contemporary art.
About Let’s Talk About Art
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How many times have you thought that contemporary art is not for you? Or that you don’t know enough about art to talk about it? Time to reject these misconceptions!
Every last Sunday of the month, come and find us in a selected gallery to engage in short discussions about the different artwork on display. Let’s talk about art... and find out if anybody could really do that!
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