Elisabeth Frink. 'Paternoster'. Paternoster Square, London. Reproduced under Creative Commons CC-BY-SA-3.0

study walks

Public Art in the City

  • Thursday 21 November 2019
    (2-4pm. Meet at 1.50pm outside Exit 2 (right-hand steps) of St Paul's Underground Station)
  • Leader: Elizabeth Singleton

The Corporation of the City of London has a long-standing commitment to public art. It is used to provide landmarks, define meeting places, inject humour and capture history. This tour will explore some of these unexpected moments of beauty, amusement and intrigue and reflect on the some of the social history that may have inspired the work.



Elizabeth Singleton has been working in the heritage sector for the past ten years. Currently she holds the post of Sales Account Manager in a large London museum. In her spare time she leads tours on a freelance basis for various organisations and tours which focus on social history and public art.

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