Details of each lecture will be found by clicking on the title link
Tuesday 04 September 2018.
Caroline Shenton on ‘Votes for Women! Art, Suffragettes and Female Politicians’
Tuesday 2 October 2018.
Alexandra Epps on ‘Good as Gold’
Tuesday 6 November 2018.
Sandy Burnett on ‘The Age of Jazz’. Illustrations and recordings from the early years of jazz to 1945 and the dawn of the Swing Era.
Tuesday 4 Dec 2018.
Sarah Deere-Jones on ‘Singe We Yule’ A musical portrait of a medieval Christmas with illustrations, readings and music on harps and other instruments
Tuesday 5 Feb 2019.
Tasha Marks on ‘Food and Art Through the Ages: From Renaissance Sugar Sculpture to 3D Printing’
Tuesday 5 March 2019.
Brian Stater on ‘Photography as Fine Art’ – A question discussed with reference to the work of some of the acknowledged masters of photography
Tuesday 2 April 2019.
Barbara Askew on ‘Victoria and Albert, Art and Love’, a look at their shared enthusiasm for art, jewellery, and music to celebrate the 200th anniversary of their births.
Tuesday 7 May 2019.
Douglas Skeggs on Titian – the first modern artist
Tuesday 4 June 2019.
Tony Tucker on ‘This is Wren – the Classical, the Baroque and the City of London Churches’
Tuesday 2 July 2019.
Julian Richards on ‘Inspired by Stonehenge’ Its architecture and how it has inspired painters, potters and poets