CANCELLED – Cosmo Fry and friends in conversation

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May 18 at 7:00 pm8:30 pm

*Due to unforeseen circumstances this talk has been cancelled. We are working to refund all ticket buyers via their original method of payment.


Cosmo Fry and friends will talk about his father, the inventor and entrepreneur, Jeremy Fry and his scheme to make art accessible to a wider public, the subject of the exhibition Unlimited: Art for Everyone in the 1960s showing at the Assembly Rooms until 4 June. The founder of the Bath-based engineering firm, Rotork, Jeremy Fry was one of the most colourful characters of the 1960s. Renowned as an engineer, he was also part of a glamorous avant-garde art scene that included such figures as
David Hockney and The Beatles as well the artists with whom he worked under the Unlimited label. Unlimited was a company run from the basement of Fry’s home at Widcombe Manor from 1967 to 1969 which aimed to massproduce works of art to make them available to a much wider audience.
Join us to hear about a long-forgotten chapter in Bath’s rich cultural history.


The Holburne Museum
Holburne Museum
Bath, BA2 4DB United Kingdom
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