MORAY HOUSE TRUST: Philip Moore- An Appreciation – Saturday 30th January 2021- VIRTUAL EVENT

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Moray House Trust warmly invites you to attend our fifth virtual event:
Title:                Philip Moore: an appreciation
Speakers:        Alim Hosein, Stanley Greaves, Dennis de Caires
Date:               Saturday 30th January 2021
Time:               5.00 PM Guyana :
4.00 PM Toronto, New York : 9.00 PM UK
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The talk will be available on these platforms: (if you click on the link at the correct time, it should take you directly to the event)
Zoom:          https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84352471221?pwd=M2diNFhIZFRrU2hDcVdTQzQ2R3BFdz09
Meeting ID: 843 5247 1221
Passcode: 506255
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Philip Moore (1921-2012), a self-taught painter and sculptor, was one of Guyana’s most original and creative artists. He is remembered locally as the creator of the 1763 Monument. His work was held in high esteem beyond Guyana, sufficient to warrant a solo exhibition at the Studio Museum in Harlem in the 1970s and two stints as artist-in-residence at Livingston College and Princeton University in New Jersey.
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Alim Hosein is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Language and Cultural Studies, University of Guyana. His presentation is titled Connecting Philip Moore.
Stanley Greaves is a Guyanese poet, sculptor, painter, educator, writer and classical guitarist. He will assert that Moore was a spiritualist who used art as his medium.
Dennis de Caires is a Guyanese-born artist who studied in London (at the Royal College of Art) and Paris (at Cite Internationale) and has worked since as an artist and educator. His talk is titled Psychic Energy Through Materiality.
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