‘The Third Generation of Women sculptors have stretched, pushed and extended the boundaries of sculpture so much that only by showing a range of work such as this can you begin to see what sculpture 1986 is about.’ – Sandra Drew 25 May 1986

To mark the close of our current show, From the Kitchen Table, join Sandra Drew in conversation with artists Maryrose Sinn and Jayne Parker as they discuss working together in the 1980s on major public commissions within Sandra’s 3rd Generation: Women Sculptors Today exhibition in 1986; sculptural practice in the 80s; Feminism; and a lot besides. The conversation will be chaired by Director Judith Carlton.

Tea and cake will be served

This project has been made possible thanks to the generous support of the University for the Creative Arts; Arts Council England; Kent County Council; The Henry Moore Foundation; LUX Artists Moving Image; Southwark Council; Sidney Cooper Gallery; Whitstable Biennale; Hauser & Wirth; The Estate of Rose Finn-Kelcey; Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Omnicolour and The Block.