The Power of Art University of Brighton Event - The Power of Art Event Details Event title Date Time Venue Event Description What is the relationship between art and politics? Can art act as a vehicle for protest in the real world? Does art change anything? In this workshop, Dr Nicola Ashmore, uses her research on Picasso’s Guernica to examine the relationship between war, conflict and art. Students will think about the power of art, the way it relates to politics and the wider world. An ideal event for year 12-13 students of history, politics, sociology, media and art. This event is open to students studying in their first or second year of sixth form/college, and can be attended either as an individual or as a school group. Attendee details First/Given name * Surname/Family name * Who are you booking place(s) for? * I'm a student in a college/6th form, booking a single place for myself I'm a teacher/educator, booking for a group of students at my college/school If you're a teacher, how many places would you like to book? * Year group * Current School/College * Email Address * Enter Email Confirm Email Address * Confirm Email Telephone Number * Do you have any special access requirements? Yes No If so, please provide details here. Thank you We will email you within 5 working days to confirm if places are available. If you have any queries, or want to book less than a week before the event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.