"Liber ethicorum des Henricus de Alemannia" by Laurentius de Voltolina, 14th century

What’s on: future Online lectures

Online lectures last for one hour and cover an extensive range of topics relating to art and architecture. Members may attend lectures free of charge but booking is required via WebCollect. Please note that lectures are open to Society members only.

Lectures are delivered via Zoom and you will need to be familiar with this app in order to participate – I’m afraid we do not have the capacity to provide any back-up or advice on the use of Zoom. We recommend that you log on to Zoom 15 minutes before the start time of the event even if you are familiar with the app since the process can take some time if a lot of participants are logging on at the same time.

If you reserve a place you will receive an invitation in advance containing details which you will need to join the event.

NB: Booking closes 48 hours before the event.

Members only

Places available

A fashion much in use: the vogue for print rooms in the late eighteenth century

  • Mon 12 April 2021
    5-6pm --- NB: Booking closes 48 hours before the event.
  • Lecturer: Kate Retford

Kate Retford discusses the fashion in the late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century for pasting prints directly onto the walls of a room, often adding printed paper borders and decorative elements such as festoons.

Members only

Places available

Curating Thomas Becket: murder and the making of a saint

  • Mon 10 May 2021
    3-4pm
  • Lecturer: Lloyd de Beer

This lecture, presented by the curator, will explore the forthcoming major British Museum exhibition Thomas Becket: murder and the making of a saint, and will cover the themes of the exhibition including, several star loans, and the challenges of curating in the age of Covid.

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