Past Event

Edmund De Waal

19 Feb 2015

Celebrated British ceramic artist Edmund de Waal is perhaps best known for his large-scale installations, which have been exhibited in museums around the world, including the V&A, Tate Britain and the National Museum of Wales. Edmund is also well known as an author: his family memoir The Hare with Amber Eyes has been translated into nearly 30 languages and has won many literary prizes.

In a special event for Brighton Festival he will be talking about the intersection between words, pots and music.

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