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'Now That’s What I Call Magic' Jeremy Deller & Claire Langhamer in Conversation

Part of Brighton Festival 2024 and University of Sussex Festival of Ideas

Turner Prize-winning artist (and University of Sussex alumnus) Jeremy Deller talks collaboration, British history, protest and pop culture with Claire Langhamer, Director of the Institute of Historical Research and Professor of Modern History at the University of London. Langhamer writes on twentieth century British social and cultural history, focusing in particular on feelings and everyday experience. She is also a Trustee of the Mass Observation Archive.

A conversation, Q&A and a screening of Deller’s affectionate 2019 homage to the importance of UK rave culture, 'Everybody in the Place: An Incomplete History of Britain 1984-1992'.

Organised by University of Sussex in partnership with Towner Eastbourne these events art of The Sussex Festival of Ideas, a programme of talks, events and activities, from the School of Media, Arts and Humanities at University of Sussex. The Festival of Ideas harnesses the transformative power of the arts and humanities to fashion new ways of thinking about the past, present and future.

Turner Prize 2023 at Towner Eastbourne x University of Sussex

The Turner Prize, one of the world’s leading prizes for contemporary art, is being exhibited for the first time in Sussex this year. The University of Sussex is Education Partner for Turner Prize 2023 at Towner Eastbourne.

Due to unforeseen circumstances Professor Lucy Robinson will no longer be able to take part in this event.

(Image: Jeremy Deller on University Challenge, photo courtesy of the artist)

Dates & Times

  • Tuesday 21 May, 2024


  • Adults
Recommended age 16+
Discussion & Debate
SOLD OUT: Brighton Festival (Festival Of Ideas): 'Now That’s What I Call Magic' Jeremy Deller & Claire Langhamer in Conversation
Tuesday 21 May

SOLD OUT: Brighton Festival (Festival Of Ideas): 'Now That’s What I Call Magic' Jeremy Deller & Claire Langhamer in Conversation Tickets

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