The Legacies of the Ball’s Plantation (ZOOM Lecture online)

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The Plantation Day Book
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Alberta Whittle, Dr Jill Sutherland, Natalie McGuire and Allison Thompson discuss the legacies of the Ball’s Plantation, owned by
Sir William Holburne’s great-grandfather, Guy Ball. The conversation will be chaired by Dorothy Price.

Alberta Whittle is a Scottish-Barbadian artist; she won the Turner Bursary in 2021 and in 2022 represented Scotland at the
59th Venice Biennale.

Dr Jill Sutherland is Lecturer in Museum and Heritage Studies at the University of St Andrews, and previously
worked on the redisplay of the Holburne’s Plantation Day Book.

Natalie McGuire is curator at the Barbados Museum.

Allison Thompson is an art historian and curator, head of the Centre
for the Visual and Performing Arts, Barbados Community College.

Dorothy Price, Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art and Critical
Race Theory, at the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London.

 

Venue

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