Cantor Modern Art Lecture
Stephen Deuchar shares his rich knowledge and experience of the modern art world drawing our attention to the role of the public art gallery in contemporary culture.
Beyond Liturgy? Architecture and Holiness
This Study Day, with a really good attendance from art historians, academic staff, postgraduate students, undergraduates, and non-art historians, focused on the relationships between holiness and architecture. It posed the question as to whether there are more fruitful ways to think of architecture in relation to holiness rather than either the standard architectural history route through 'liturgy', or simply by reducing one to the other.
The Study Afternoon of the Architectural History & Theory Research School, sponsored by the Research School in History & Theory, Department of History of Art; & CREMS
British 18th-Century Sculpture Research Day
Viccy Coltman (University of Edinburgh), Matthew Craske (Oxford Brookes University), Julius Bryant (V&A Museum), and Sarah Burnage (University of York).