In Conversation with Antony Gormley (1968), Friday 9 February


Please note that this event has reached capacity and bookings have now closed. If you would like to be added to the waiting list then please email the Alumni Events Team.

FREE OBJECT, the 10-tonne sculpture by Sir Antony Gormley (1968) facing Trinity’s historic Wren Library, is certainly striking. It is the first piece of modern art at the College and part of the celebrations marking 700 years since Trinity’s early foundations.

We are delighted to invite you an exclusive event, taking place on Friday 9th February at 6pm in College, where Sir Antony Gormley will be ‘In Conversation’ with Professor Lord Colin Renfrew, chaired by Dr Emma Widdis. The event is also open to the public, so we advise booking early to avoid disappointment.

Parking is not offered on College grounds for this event.

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6:00 pm

In Conversation with Antony Gormley in Winstanley Lecture Theatre


The Winstanley Lecture Theatre is a fully-equipped audio-visual theatre, with seating for up to 150 people.


To reach it, turn into Whewell's Court from Trinity Street. Turn right immediately after the first arch and climb the stone stairs. At the top of the stairs, follow the path round the ziggurat-like Wolfson building, leaving it to your left. Then turn right into Blue Boar Court. The Winstanley Lecture Theatre is on the east side of the Court.