Drawing Wars: Art and Cultural Memory

The fifth in the 'Cultures and Commemorations of War' series, this one-day interdisciplinary workshop will consider the artistic and visual representation of war. It will feature a keynote talk from the world-famous graphic novelist Joe Sacco (Palestine, Safe Area Goražde, The Fixer, Footnotes in Gaza, Journalism), as well as talks by the Yemeni artist Murad Subay, Bram Ttwheam, Monica Bohm-Duchen, Steve Dixon, Johnny Magee and Tony Crowley.

Free and open to all, including lunch, coffee and a wine reception – please register in advance.
To register for the full day workshop, please click here.
To register for the talk by Joe Sacco only, please click here.

Optional donations on the door in aid of the White Helmets and the British Red Cross Yemen Crisis Appeal (£5 suggested, but anything welcome).

The interdisciplinary seminar series 'Cultures and Commemorations of War' brings together early career researchers and advanced scholars with practitioners, policy makers, charities, and representatives from the media and culture and heritage industries, to consider the practices and politics of war memory across time.


Organised by Dr Alice Kelly

Funded by the RAI and Corpus Christi College