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Lunchtime Talk: Helen's Bedroom
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Clare Karslake, Assistant Education Officer and members of the Circuit group introduce their display and discuss the process of curating Helen’s bedroom. Free. Meet in the shop.
From July 2015 Kettle’s Yard House and Gallery will be closed to visitors. This is to enable the completion of a major building project to greatly improve facilities for visitors, artists and children and young people. For more information, including about our plans for activities offsite, please see www.kettlesyard.co.uk
This talk is part of the Kettle's Yard series.
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