Hannah Imlach and Tim Sandys: Scotland Small? Discussion

5 July 2022
RSA Lower Galleries Tickets £10 | RSA Friends & Students £7 | Free Online 6 - 7pm

Join Edward Summerton RSA as he sits down to talk with Hannah Imlach and Tim Sandys about their residencies and exhibition, followed by a Q&A.


The discussion will be streamed on Zoom, with limited tickets available for in person seating. In person tickets will include a glass of wine. 


Hannah Imlach is a visual artist based in Glasgow. Over the last twelve years she has developed a research-led practice working within communities of specialist environmental knowledge to create artworks on peatbogs, dunescapes, ancient woodlands and glacial lagoons.


Tim's practice involves the identification of points of strain, failure or tension within societal or civic structures and then exploiting them. His output is broadly sculptural but also includes works on paper through public intervention, painting, moving image and sound. He writes extensively and teaches with the Open Studio programme at the Glasgow School of Art.


Entry via the Royal Scottish Academy South (Rear) Door entrance.


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Banner image: Tim Sandys, Tether, oil on canvas