• #TheWorkofArt - The Art of Inspiration feat. Aubrey Powell


#TheWorkofArt feat. Aubrey Powell

30.11.2018 - 30.11.2018

#TheWorkofArt. Live Dialogues is an online program targeted to European audiences that consists of eight live conversations that discuss and reflect on the labour and processes of art with different participants.

4th edition: Livestream from Dortmunder U

In our new episode #TheWorkOfArt: Pushing it Forward – The Art of Inspiration, live from the Dortmunder U on the 30th of November 2018 at 6.30 p.m. CET, we focus on the creative advancement and overcoming of borders. The livestream will be shown on the Dortmunder U’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/dortmunderu/

Together with Aubrey Powell, longtime designer of Pink Floyd and co-curator of The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains at the Dortmunder U (September 2018 – February 2019) and other professionals of the creative industry, we embark on a quest to discover the work of one of the most influential bands of our time. Pink Floyd’s works were groundbreaking – not only in regards to their music, but also in terms of setting new standards through their iconic designs, films and stage shows.

Ask live questions and take the opportunity to participate in the event using the hashtag #TheWorkofArt directly on our event page or on social media.

We look forward to having you with us!

Special guests


About #TheWorkofArt

From February 2018 until May 2020, all smARTplaces partners will host – in triennial frequency – one of these sessions, consisting of a Q&A simulcast on Facebook Live, where the public will be able to virtually attend and participate in connecting, interacting and discovering art professions and all what happens behind the scenes of art.

The aim of these dialogues is to offer online museum visitors not only the opportunity to know more about the cultural content the museum is offering, but also the processes and contexts behind them. It gives us the opportunity to share the creative processes, often covered by the final results, alongside the wide range of required knowledge, experiences, profiles and professions needed to carry out these activities: artists, curators, editors, designers, art handlers, art educators, sound technicians, etc.