Events Programme

The Moore in Focus: A Friendship in Letters events programme has now concluded.

Previous Events:

Small Talk – Thursday 1 May, 1.15-1.45pm, meet at gallery reception.
Join three of the curators for an insight into the making of the exhibition.

Touch Tour – Thursday 8 May, 2-4pm,  meet at gallery reception.
A touch tour for visually impaired visitors. Explore the theme of relationships that influence the collection, highlighted in the exhibition.

‘Abstract and Human’: Works by Henry Moore in the Sainsbury Collection – Wednesday 21 May, 6-7pm, School of Art History and World Art Studies Lecture Theatre.
Public lecture by Dr Simon Dell from the University of East Anglia.

Wish You Were Here – Thursday 29 May, 10.30am-12.30pm and 1.30-3.30pm, Education Studio.
Design and send your own postcards. Suitable for families with children of all ages.

Pop-up Exhibition – Saturday 31 May, 12-4pm, Crescent Wing lobby.
Curated by the Sainsbury Centre Young Associates in response to the exhibition.

Sainsbury Centre Sundays: Friendships – Sunday 8 June, 2-4pm, Education Studio.
An afternoon with the Sainsbury Centre Guides exploring the friendships that formed the collection. £6 entry, £4 concessions.

Screening of England’s Henry Moore 1988 (65mins) – Thursday 3 July, 5-7pm, School of Art History and World Art Studies Lecture Theatre.
Directed by Anthony Barnett. Followed by a discussion chaired by Prof David Peters Corbett and Prof Paul Edwards from the University of East Anglia. Screening courtesy of Channel 4. England’s Henry Moore is a ICA TV Ltd production for Channel 4 Television.


All events excepting Sainsbury Centre Sundays are free. Please contact us via email at if you have any queries.

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