Talbot Rice Gallery


17 August, 6-8pm

Following an open call, inviting people to propose a five minute talk about a person who has influenced them, Face Value promises to be diverse and eclectic. Using an image of the person, speakers will talk about a range of inspiring people, from grandfathers, Annie Altschul, one of the most important psychiatric nurses of her generation, to famous individuals like Bob Dylan and John Peel. Taking place among the portraits of Alice Neel, Face Value aims to emphasise the importance of social relationships and way we learn from others. We invite you to come along as a spectator.

Face Value is free but spaces will be limited.


Admission Free, to book click here.

This is a  Ragged University event.


Click here to read my example, Alice Neel.




Alice Neel
Alice Neel Hartley and Ginny, 1970 (Acrylic on cardboard, 71.8x55.9cm) 'Courtesy of the Estate of Alice Neel'