Rachel Duckhouse and Audrey Grant: Scotland Small? Discussion

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

Join Ronald Forbes RSA as he sits down to talk with Rachel Duckhouse and Audrey Grant 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. 


Rachel Duckhouse studied at Leeds College of Art and Winchester School of Art before moving to Glasgow where she now lives and works. She’s undertaken research based residencies in Canada, Australia, the Outer Hebrides, and most recently, Cornwall. She has exhibited work in the UK, North America, New Zealand and Singapore.


Audrey Grant’s work is underpinned by intellectual ideas derived from, and inspired by, poetry, literature and philosophy. Grant’s six-week RSA Residency in Cromarty took place during the first pandemic lockdown in March and April 2020. Her premise for the residency was to explore real and imagined landscapes through an engagement with the mythic. Also to experiment with new mediums beyond painting, such as photography and site-specific installation.


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


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Banner image: Audrey GrantAMFORTAS I, 2020 - 2022, C-type prints on Fuji Lustre paper, from original iPhone digital photographs