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Upcoming lectures, seminars and conferences at The Sackler Research Forum
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Fri 6 May, 2016 - Sat 7 May, 2016 Conference
Speakers Include: David Campany,
Posing has been central to art, dance, and sculpture for thousands of years. In recent years, the growing interest in fashion media and modelling has also focused attention on questions of pose and po...
Mon 9 May, 2016 Modernities: Architecture Design Theory
Speakers Include: Prof. Christopher Long,
Christopher Long will speak about his new book, The New Space, which explores how three of the leading Viennese modernist architects of the early decades of the last century – Adolf Loos,...
Mon 9 May, 2016 Visiting Expert
Speakers Include: Jananne Al-Ani,
Since 2010 Jananne Al-Ani has developed a portfolio of film and photographic works titled The Aesthetics of Disappearance: A Land Without People, which explores the disappearance of the body in contes...
Tue 10 May, 2016 Conference
Speakers Include: Federica Pich, Beverly Brown, Sarah Ferrari, Irene Brooke, Giovanni Maria Fara, Paul Holberton, Simone Facchinetti, Nicholas Penny,
Organised in connection with the Royal Academy’s exhibition ‘In the Age of Giorgione’, this study day will focus on the revolution that took place in Venetian art in the early sixtee...
Wed 11 May, 2016 Medieval Work In Progress
Speakers Include: Prof. Jane Geddes,
The Picts have left no documentary sources to explain their history or beliefs. Instead, they have left behind a rich but mute gallery of magnificent stone sculpture. One of the largest collections...
Fri 13 May, 2016 Lecture
Speakers Include: Prof. Andrew Gregory,
The developments in art in the 15th and 16th centuries brought with them a new interest in proportion, perspective and the accurate depiction of the human body. How did this affect the science of ana...
Speakers Include: Dr Rebecca Arnold,
This series of brown bag events opens up discussion of dress’ significance within imagery – whether paintings, prints, photographs, advertisements, film stills or drawings. It brings together dres...