Art and Mathematics Exhibition Talk
  • Peninsula Arts Gallery, Plymouth University

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Art and mathematics have a long historical relationship, as the quote by Pythagoras (570-495BC) suggests. Mathematicians have been drawing and modelling geometric forms as a tool for investigating ideas for centuries and for artists such forms have long been fertile ground for exploring the world around us.

The art and mathematics exhibition is at the Peninsula Arts Gallery from 9 April until 28 May.

We have arranged an exhibition talk in the gallery on Thursday 12 May with the curator, Barry Phipps and artists Mark Francis and George L. Legendre.

To book your place email our box office team:

40 places available.


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