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Lunchtime Lecture: Radical Aesthetes

Lunchtime Lecture: Radical Aesthetes

  • Lecture

4 June 2015, 13:15
Ondaatje Wing Theatre
Free

Cultural historian Andy Stewart MacKay looks at the intertwined lives, work and legacy of the Bloomsbury Group, the radical avant-garde of early 20th-century Britain.
Lunchtime Lecture: The Face of Politics: Portraiture and Victorian Politics

Lunchtime Lecture: The Face of Politics: Portraiture and Victorian Politics

  • Lecture

18 June 2015, 13:15
Ondaatje Wing Theatre
Free

Dr Henry Miller examines the public appetite for portraits of leading political figures of the 19th century and their uses.

Seats for our lunchtime lectures are allocated on a first come, first served basis and are subject to availability.

Doors open at 12.30

Lunchtime Lecture: M. H. Spielmann: Victorian Editor, Scholar, and Artists’ Advocate

Lunchtime Lecture: M. H. Spielmann: Victorian Editor, Scholar, and Artists’ Advocate

  • Lecture

2 July 2015, 13:15
Ondaatje Wing Theatre
Free

Professor Julie Codell looks at the career of M.H. Spielmann, an influential figure in the Victorian and Edwardian art worlds, and the powerful effect he had on public taste .
Lunchtime Lecture: Creative Connections: Barbara Hepworth

Lunchtime Lecture: Creative Connections: Barbara Hepworth

  • Lecture

16 July 2015, 13:15
Ondaatje Wing Theatre
Free

Inga Fraser, Assistant Curator at Tate, looks at the life and work of sculptor Barbara Hepworth. Subject of a major new exhibition at Tate Britain, she was associated with St Ives, but was also a resident of Camden in the 1930s.
Lunchtime Lecture: Six Degrees of Separation

Lunchtime Lecture: Six Degrees of Separation

  • Lecture

6 August 2015, 13:15
Ondaatje Wing Theatre
Free

Photographer Kate Peters, whose work is on display in Creative Connections, explores the many surprising links between people with connections to Camden and provides insight into their fascinating lives.
Lunchtime Lecture: Audrey Hepburn: Architect of a Rare and Precious Talent

Lunchtime Lecture: Audrey Hepburn: Architect of a Rare and Precious Talent

  • Lecture

20 August 2015, 13:15
Ondaatje Wing Theatre
Free

Film historian Sandra Shevey examines the flint behind the floss, arguing that the success of Hepburn’s career was due to trenchant self-awareness combined with a willingness to take creative chances.