HENI Talks x Articulation: Barbara Hepworth, 'Family of Man'
Qabir Alli and Marianne Whiting --- alumni of the ARTiculation Prize --- discuss Barbara Hepworth's 'Family of Man', exploring the relationships between the sculptural group, landscape and the viewer, as well as Hepworth's attention to materials.
This is the second film released in a collaborative series with ARTiculation celebrating 'Young Voices' engaging with art.
Articulation is an initiative that provides a platform for students to develop their confidence and ability by expressing their opinions, thoughts and ideas through the arts and public speaking. The initiative seeks to champion young people regardless of background and experience. Articulation began in 2006 at the Roche Court Educational Trust and merged with the National Gallery in 2022.
Qabir Alli and Marianne Whiting
Qabir Alli (Articulation London Regional Heat 2020): Qabir spoke at The Courtauld Institute of Art in 2020 on Kara Walker's Fons Americanus. He represented Wallington County Grammar School and is now studying Fine Art at Chelsea College of Arts.
Marianne Whiting (Articulation Regional Finalist 2020): Marianne first took part in the Articulation initiative in a Discovery Day in 2019 with her school, New College Swindon. She went on to take part in the ARTiculation Prize at the New Art Centre, Roche Court Sculpture Park in 2020 and went through the Regional Final at the Ashmolean in Oxford. She is now completing an A-Level in the History of Art through Art History Link Up and plans to attend the Courtauld in the autumn term.
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