Emma Talbot (Max Mara Art Prize for Women recipient) in conversation with Valentino Nizzo (Director of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia) at the British School at Rome. Chaired by Abigail Brundin (British School at Rome).
Emma Talbot is the winner of the eighth edition of the Max Mara Art Prize for Women, in collaboration with Whitechapel Gallery. As the winner, she has been awarded a 6-month tailor-made residency in Italy, organised by Collezione Maramotti, which started in June. The last step of her Italian residency will be in Rome and Emma will there be tutored by Valentino Nizzo, Director of the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, and the British School at Rome.
The Max Mara Art Prize for Women aims to encourage and support emerging female artists who live and work in the United Kingdom and it provides an opportunity for further development of their creative potential by way of the creation of a new artwork.
Monday 6 Decembre at 6.00 pm Emma Talbot will converse with Valentino Nizzo at the British School at Rome.
A limited number of in-person spaces are available for this event. Everyone attending an event in Rome must pre-register using the link below, and will be required to present a valid Covid vaccination pass.
For further information: MAX MARA Art Prize for Women Lecture
To participate it is necessary to register HERE
This event will be in English and Italian.