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Think Like an Artist SOLD OUT

Sunday 3 April 2016

1 Hour


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BBC arts editor Will Gompertz asks why some people find it easy to come up with brilliant ideas and how they turn those ideas into something worthwhile.

Gompertz says years of getting up close and personal to some of the world’s most creative thinkers has taught him that there are a handful of traits common to them all. And he argues they are basic practices that we can all follow to help us to achieve great things too.

Gompertz is well known as the BBC arts editor. He was previously director of Tate Media, has written extensively for national newspapers and is author of What Are You Looking At? 150 Years of Modern Art in the Blink of an Eye. He also chairs a festival panel of new authors.

Gompertz will be introduced by cultural and architectural historian Professor Steven Parissien, director of Compton Verney gallery and author of The English Railway Station and The Life of the Automobile: A New History of the Motor Car

In association with the Ashmolean Museum.