Colour Season: Colour - Space - Light with Lothar Götz

Part of our Spring Colour Season

Venue: Hay Castle Clore Learning Space
Lothar Götz talks about his work which involves creating artworks for historic galleries like the Holden in Manchester and the Hatton in Newcastle. He has also worked with architecture by The Smithsons, Frank Gehry, Rick Mather and Massimiliano Fuksas. He created an artwork for steps in Canary Wharf and More locally he has created the large mural that has been put up on the side of a block of student accommodation in Hereford.

If you visit Hereford between now and April, you will see some very colourful artworks next to the Railway Station. No.1 Station Approach, Hereford College of Arts (HCA) and NMiTE’s new student accommodation, features two vibrant geometric artworks on each side of the building. The artworks mark the start of a new cultural gateway to Hereford, welcoming visitors and enriching residents’ experience of the city.

This talk is part of our Castle in Colour Season which begins at the end of February and runs until May. Other Friday talks include "Medival Colour" with Rosemary Firman and "A Tale of Two Cities: Colour in Venice and Florence" with Paul Hills

The talk will begin at 7pm - please come up to the main entrance on the lawns and up the drive form Oxford Road. The Honesty Bookshop door on Castle Street will be closed.

Price: £10.00
Colour Season: Colour - Space - Light with Lothar Götz