Sent from Coventry
Image by Paul Catherall
Thursday 17th September 6.30 start
Presented by Paul Catherall and Catherine Croft
The talk will start at Coventry Station and take a meandering ‘walk’ through images of finished linocuts, reference photos and sketches for future prints of the postwar city centre. We’ll be stopping off at the Bull Yard featuring the ‘Three Tuns’ William Mitchell concrete relief sculpture and ‘Precinct Shopping’ lettering, the circular Market and Coventry Point, the Gibson designed upper and lower precinct, journeying past Broadgate to the Cathedral and finally down to the Swimming Baths and the iconic ‘Elephant’. Prints of London landmarks that have been informed by my Coventry childhood such as Elephant & Castle will be included along the way.
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The event is free but we welcome donations towards C20’s campaigning here.
The Twentieth Century Society is a registered charity, no 1110244.