Donna Huddleston in conversation with Jennifer Higgie

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To coincide with Donna’s first solo exhibition, The Exhausted Student, she and Jennifer will discuss the themes in her work and the making of the exhibition.

Date & time

Date:18 February 2020

Time:6.30pm to 8pm

Event Details

Address:1-27 Rodney Place

Post code:SE17 1PP

Tickets:£5.00, Drawing Circle Members: £4.00


Open hours:Tues - Fri 11 - 6pm, Sat & Sun 12-6pm


Donna Huddleston studied Theatre Design at National Institute of Dramatic Art, Sydney, Australia in 1997 and Fine Art at National Art School, Sydney, Australia, 1994. Group exhibitions include: Transitional Drawing, Charles Asprey/Tyers Street; Out of This World, Stephen Friedman Gallery; The Critic as Artist, Reading Museum, Reading International 2017/18; Dreamers Awake, White Cube Gallery, London 2017; Show Window, Kate Mcgarry Gallery London; Making and Unmaking, curated by Duro Olowu, Camden Arts Centre in 2016; Interstellar, curated by Michael Bracewell, Isabella Bortolozzi Gallery, Berlin; One Day something happens, curated by Jennifer Higgie, Leeds Art Gallery and touring 2015 -2016. Jennifer Higgie is Editor-at-large at  frieze  magazine and the writer and presenter of a podcast about women in art history  Bow Down;  she also writes screenplays and is the author and illustrator of the children’s book  There’s Not One. Her book  The Mirror and the Palette,  on  historic  self-portraits by women, will be published in 2021. Please note this event will be taking place in our Outset Study library which means tickets will be limited - please book early to avoid disappointment. 


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