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The Art of Anglo-Saxon Sculpture: Its Presentation, Curation and Care

Friday 27 September 2019, 9.45AM



Friday 27th September 2019


9.45-10.00 am  Welcome and Introduction Sarah Semple (Durham University)

10.00-10.30 am  The Art of Anglo-Saxon Sculpture Jane Hawkes (University of York)

10:30-11.00 am   Coffee/Tea

11.00-11.30 am   Here be dragons? Mapping the legal landscape affecting the protection of Anglo-Saxon stone sculpture Emma Waring (University of York)

11.30-12.00 pm  The Care and Curation of Anglo-Saxon Sculpture: The Museum Leslie Webster

12.00-12.30 pm   Displaying Early Medieval Sculpture Sally Foster (University of Stirling)

 12.30-1.00pm  The Care and Curation of Anglo-Saxon Sculpture: The Church Chris Cable (Durham University)

1.00-1.45 pm   Lunch

1.45-2.30 pm Group discussion of earlier papers in the day and implications Chair: Lyndsey de Mestre QC; Jane Hawkes

2.30-3.00 pm   Coffee/Tea

3.00-4.00 pm  Workshop: Curation, Care and Public Access. The Museum   Workshop B: Curation, Care and Public Access. The Church

4.00-4.15 pm Ways forward/concluding comments Chair: Sarah Semple (Durham University)


5.45 pm  Reception followed by dinner 


Saturday 28th September 2019

9.30 am                       Departure Assembly point outside of King’s Manor

10.15-11.00 am          Visit of Hovinhgam Parish Church

11.00-11.30 am          Departure for Middleton

11.30-12.15 am          Visit of Middleton

12.15-12.45 am          Departure for Lastingham

12.45-2.00 am             Lunch Blacksmith’s Arms

2.00-2.45 am               Visit of Lastingham

2.45-3.15 am               Departure for Kirkdale

3.15-4.15 am               Visit of Kirkdale, St Gregory’s Minster

4.15-5.00 am               Departure for York

Expected return: 5:00 pm

Location: King’s Manor, University of York