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New Dawn: A Memorial for Women’s Suffrage by Mary Branson. The Lecture will be held at the usual venue, St George’s School. Wells Lane, Ascot, SL5 7DZ, on  Tuesday 13th September 2022 at 7.30 for 7.45 pm.

Mary Branson is best known for her large scale conceptual light installations, particularly the iconic New Dawn 2016 sculpture in the Houses of Parliament, which celebrates the centenary of the Suffrage movement and is the first permanent piece of contemporary abstract art in the Palace of Westminster.  Her talk will tell us about her artist process and what was involved in making this public work of art.  

Mary has created works for the London 2012 Olympics, The Magna Carta Memorial at Runnymede, Royal Holloway University and more recently Harvest a huge site-specific installation at Box Hill Surrey in collaboration with the National Trust.  Her latest work is Ladders of Light, a piece for Sky Arts 50, that fills Salisbury Cathedral.  Mary is an award-winning print maker, a choreographer for performance and dance events, and a mentor and public speaker, having lately returned from a lecture tour to New York and Washington DC.  

There will an opportunity to put questions to the lecturer.

Further detail of the event is available on the website 

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