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  • Bethan Huws, False Teeth (at The Waste Land shelter), 2009

    Bethan Huws, False Teeth (at The Waste Land shelter), 2009

    Photo: Charles Duprat
Get involved in developing a major exhibition at Turner Contemporary...
Join ‘A Journey from The Waste Land’

We're looking for people to work on a unique project celebrating T.S Eliot’s poem The Waste Land, partly written in Margate. The project will culminate in Turner Contemporary’s spring 2018 exhibition.

If you’d like to get involved with researching the poem and contributing ideas for a groundbreaking exhibition, join The Waste Land research group. No experience is needed, just your enthusiasm. 
Meetings will happen on Tuesdays (fortnightly) at 6:30pm in Turner Contemporary’s Clore Learning Studio, from September 2015.

To find out more, join us on Wednesday 26 August for a walk across Margate Sands and an informal reading and discussion of the poem at the Nayland Rock Shelter. In case of wet weather, please bring rainwear.

Meet at 6pm outside Turner Contemporary.

To express an interest in the project and get involved, contact Trish Scott – The Waste Land Research Curator, at
T: +44  (01)843 233 000.
Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Fri 14 Aug 2015
Filed under: Vacancies