Sculptural Processes Group (SPG)
The Sculptural Processes Group (SPG) is an informal study group that facilitates exchanges between researchers, curators, conservators, artists and practitioners interested in questions of sculptural practice.
The SPG explores, through seminars, artist’s talks and site visits, various aspects of the creative, intellectual and material processes involved in making sculpture from the medieval to the contemporary. Membership is taken from a wide variety of practices and fields and mixes postgraduates with senior figures in their fields. The core group is comprised of a small number of academics, PhD students, curators and conservators with diverse interests from the Courtauld and other universities and museums.
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