Judith Pugh is an art dealer and award winning writer. She writes journalism, essays and poetry (some of which has been set to music by the composer Philip Nunn). Her recent memoir Unstill Life (Allen & Unwin) is about social change and politics in the 1970s and it describes the artworld of the time, in which Judith lived with her husband, the celebrated painter Clifton Pugh. To discuss some of her memoir of Clifton Pugh and the Artworld they shared, Judith Pugh addressd The Sydney Institute on Tuesday 10 March 2009.

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