Revisiting London Regionalism

November 3, 2019 at 2:00pm

Join us for a panel discussion on the legacies of London regionalism, featuring Judith Rodger, Madeline Lennon, and Jamelie Hassan! Our host for the afternoon's discussion will be Ruth Skinner!

Revisiting London Regionalism

When: 3 November 2019, 2:00 pm

Where: Museum London, Lecture Theatre

The London Regionalist movement of the 1960s galvanized the creative community of the city and established a cultural legacy that helped to define the unique aesthetic attitudes and practices of our artists and writers. Words will revisit Regionalism to reflect on how this notion of identity has lived on in our cultural imaginary, but also to explore how it has undergone radical transformation. This event invites local artists and scholars to trace the legacies of Regionalism today.




Authors & Presenters


Madeline Lennon


Madeline Lennon is an art historian and distinguished professor emerita of Western University.

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Jamelie Hassan


Jamelie Hassan is a local artist and activist.

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Judith Rodger


​Judith Rodger is a freelance curator and art historian.

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