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Will Gompertz : Think Like An Artist at the Daunt Books Festival – 10th March 2016


Will Gompertz - Think Like An Artist

As part of the Daunt Books Festival, (10 and 11 March 2016), Will Gompertz, BBC Arts Editor and former Director of the Tate, (voted as one of the world’s top creative 50 thinkers by New York’s Creativity Magazine), presents his best selling book “Think Like An Artist”.

Gompertz’s synopses through fine art history – or rather his bite-sized guide to the way artists think and behave – explores why and how certain people seem to find it easy to come up with fresh and brilliant ideas and how they turn them into something worthwhile, Will  answers some of these questions citing examples from some world’s greatest creative thinkers.

Event details:

Thursday 10 March

7-8 pm (£8 including a glass of wine)

Daunt Bookshop

83 Marylebone High Street

London, W1U 4QW

Tel.  020 7224 2295


Contributor : Pippa Jane Wielgos


For more information or book tickets, visit the Daunt Books website here

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