Due to the current situation with Coronavirus, all lectures at the Bake House, Blackheath have been suspended for the time being.
However, I am running live video lecture sessions on Friday mornings, from 10.00 until 11.30, with a lecture of approximately one hour, followed by Q&A and discussion.
The current series covers the following dates and topics:
3 July: The History of Greenwich
10 July: Dulwich Picture Gallery
17 July: Nothing to Declare: Art Stopped at Customs
24 July: Hogarth
“A lovely way to spend a Friday morning in lockdown.” Helma. Feedback
Digital recordings of past virtual talks are available on the following topics (sent via WeTransfer and easy to access):
‘Portraying Pregnancy‘, a look at the exhibition that was on at the Foundling Museum.
‘Aubrey Beardsley‘, focusing on Tate Britain’s exhibition.
‘Antony Gormley‘, a look at the work and career of one of Britain’s most well-known artists.
‘Picasso and Paper‘, looking at the Royal Academy’s exhibition.
‘Dulwich Picture Gallery’, exploring the history and some of the highlights of the collection of this little gem in South London.
‘British Surrealism’ exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery.
‘Angelica Kauffman’ Unfortunately the proposed Angelica Kauffman exhibition at the RA was cancelled due to the current pandemic. In order to give her a small slot in the spotlight, this talk covers general aspects of her life and work.
‘Titian: Love, Desire, Death’ at the National Gallery
‘Andy Warhol’ at Tate Modern
The Queen’s House, Greenwich
All these recordings are available now. The charge is £10 per viewer per session. If you are interested please contact us and we can arrange to send you the recording.