Autumn Term: History of Art Open Lectures
This term’s History of Art events programme includes an exciting variety of speakers from museums and galleries. These events are free and open to all; some may be ticketed. For further details, follow the link on each lecture title to the relevant page on the Department of History of Art website.
- Monday 16 October, 4.30 p.m. – ‘How Turner Walked to Class’ – Dr Martin Myrone, Lead Curator, British Art to 1800, Tate
- Monday 30 October, 4.30 p.m. – ‘Lost in Translation: Destroyed Sculpture, Invented Images, and the Afterlife of the Black Madonna of Le Puy’ – Dr Elisa Foster, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Henry Moore Institute
- Wednesday 29 November, 5.30 p.m. – ‘New China and New Chinese Painting’ – Mr Chen Lyusheng, artist and Senior Research Fellow, National Museum of China; former Deputy Director, National Museum of China