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Talk: Living with Ruskin: Edmund de Waal & Professor Tim Barringer Talk: Living with Ruskin: Edmund de Waal & Professor Tim Barringer Talk: Living with Ruskin: Edmund de Waal & Professor Tim Barringer Tuesday 20 October |  6-7pm £10 | Friends £9 Online Event- Via Zoom   ...

Talk: Living with Ruskin: Edmund de Waal & Professor Tim Barringer

Tuesday 20 October |  6-7pm

£10 | Friends £9

Online Event- Via Zoom

 

The influence of John Ruskin is far reaching and for each artist, writer, educator and thinker who encounters his work, he means something different. Join friends, world renowned artist Edmund de Waal and Ruskin expert, Professor Tim Barringer, for an intimate conversation about their relationship with Ruskin’s ideas and who they understand him to be in an age of change.

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Drawing to Painting: Exploring the Domestic Space Drawing to Painting: Exploring the Domestic Space Thursdays, 19 November –   10 December | 5.30 – 7.30pm  Online - Via Zoom | £150 | Friends £135  Led by Tim Patrick  ...

Thursdays, 19 November –  

10 December | 5.30 – 7.30pm 

Online - Via Zoom | £150 | Friends £135 

Led by Tim Patrick  

  

Learn how to draw and paint from home in this four-part online course. Under the guidance of our expert tutor, you will be introduced to the skills and techniques needed to translate the objects and space you see around you into a considered composition. Using pencils and oil paint, observe how space, light, colour and texture interact whilst gaining a deeper understanding in colour mixing and application. 

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Art as Change in Victorian Britain (5 weeks) Art as Change in Victorian Britain (5 weeks) Art as Change in Victorian Britain  Mondays, 9 November –   Monday 7 December (5 weeks)  11am – 12.15pm | £50 for five lectures |...

Art as Change in Victorian Britain 

Mondays, 9 November –  

Monday 7 December (5 weeks) 

11am – 12.15pm | £50 for five lectures | Friends £45 for five lectures 

Single lecture £12 |  

Friends single lecture £10.80 

Online -Via Zoom 

 With the onset of the mid 19th century, certain Victorian artists saw their role as social reformers, documenting the human toll of poverty, disease, crime and inequality believing deeply in the power of visual culture and literature to solve social divides. In this online course that accompanies our exhibition Art & Action: Making Change in Victorian Britain, discover the artists, artworks and events that introduced a new socially conscious approach to art, from exhibitions in the slums to new craft industries and art of the suffrage movement. See our website for full course details and schedule.  

Monday 9 November   

Victorian Art and Social Movements   

Dr Chloe Ward   

  

Monday 16 November   

Ruskin, Morris, Ashbee: Social Responsibility and the Arts and Crafts Movement  

Hilary Underwood   

  

Monday 23 November  

‘Art for All’?: G F Watts in Whitechapel  

Abbie Latham   

  

Monday 30 November  

Mary Watts and Women’s Rights   

Dr Lucy Ella Rose   

 

Monday 7 December   

Art of the Suffrage Movement  

Dr Chloe Ward   

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Art as Change in Victorian Britain (Single lectures) Art as Change in Victorian Britain (Single lectures) Art as Change in Victorian Britain  Mondays, 9 November –   Monday 7 December (5 weeks)  11am – 12.15pm | £50 for five lectures |...

Art as Change in Victorian Britain 

Mondays, 9 November –  

Monday 7 December (5 weeks) 

11am – 12.15pm | £50 for five lectures | Friends £45 for five lectures 

Single lecture £12 |  

Friends single lecture £10.80 

Online - Via Zoom 

  

With the onset of the mid 19th century, certain Victorian artists saw their role as social reformers, documenting the human toll of poverty, disease, crime and inequality believing deeply in the power of visual culture and literature to solve social divides. In this online course that accompanies our exhibition Art & Action: Making Change in Victorian Britain, discover the artists, artworks and events that introduced a new socially conscious approach to art, from exhibitions in the slums to new craft industries and art of the suffrage movement. See our website for full course details and schedule.  

Monday 9 November   

Victorian Art and Social Movements   

Dr Chloe Ward   

  

Monday 16 November   

Ruskin, Morris, Ashbee: Social Responsibility and the Arts and Crafts Movement  

Hilary Underwood   

  

Monday 23 November  

‘Art for All’?: G F Watts in Whitechapel  

Abbie Latham   

  

Monday 30 November  

Mary Watts and Women’s Rights   

Dr Lucy Ella Rose   

 

Monday 7 December   

Art of the Suffrage Movement  

Dr Chloe Ward   

 

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Art, Action & Queering Spaces Art, Action & Queering Spaces Wednesday 18 November 2020  6 – 7.30pm | £10 | Friends £9  Online – Via Zoom      Explore the role of queer...

Wednesday 18 November 2020 

6 – 7.30pm | £10 | Friends £9 

Online – Via Zoom  

  

Explore the role of queer identities in creative practice and the need to bring queer activism into museums, galleries, public spaces and beyond in discussion led by Dan Vo, project manager of the Queer Heritage and Collections Network supported by the Art Fund, with Corinne Cumming, Artistic Director of Pride Inside UK; Patrick McCrae, CEO of Artiq and Founder of Queer Frontiers; socially engaged artist and curator, Guillaume Vandame; and award-winning illustrator, painter and poet Ashton Attzs. 

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Art, Action, Beyond Two Cultures Art, Action, Beyond Two Cultures Wednesday 2 December  6 - 7.00pm | £10 | Friends £9  Online – Via Zoom     For more than twenty years, artist   ...

Wednesday 2 December 

6 - 7.00pm | £10 | Friends £9 

Online – Via Zoom 

  

For more than twenty years, artist  

Dr Chila Kumari Singh Burman has been at the forefront of socially engaged practice with her powerful images exploring cultural identity, gender, representation and class. In this conversation, Burman will be joined by eminent art historian Professor Lynda Nead to discuss the roots of her practice and ideas of personal and political agency in her works for the public realm. 

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Art, Action & Poverty Art, Action & Poverty Art, Action & Poverty   Wednesday 20 January 2021  6 – 7.30pm | £10 | Friends £9   Online – Via Zoom  ...

Art, Action & Poverty  

Wednesday 20 January 2021 

6 – 7.30pm | £10 | Friends £9  

Online – Via Zoom 

  

Just as G F Watts documented the plight of the poor, poverty and social injustice remain a pressing issue for both contemporary artists and activists. In this talk, former Deputy Director of Advocacy and Public Engagement at the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Abigail Scott Paul, in conversation with internationally renowned photographer, Jillian Edelstein, to discuss the responsibility of artists and philanthropic organisations in highlighting the stories and experiences of those living in poverty today. 

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Art, Action & Design Art, Action & Design Art, Action & Design  February 17 2021 | 6 – 7 pm   £10 | Friends £9  Online - Via Zoom     Taking the Arts...

Art, Action & Design 

February 17 2021 | 6 – 7 pm  

£10 | Friends £9 

Online - Via Zoom 

  

Taking the Arts & Crafts principle of collective design and collaboration, what potential do design teams today have in tackling the biggest challenges we face such as climate change, wealth inequality and racial injustice? Learn more about the powerful potential of collective design from the team behind the UK non-profit Shift, CEO Nick Stanhope and Innovation Director Tayo Medupin, as they share their radically different approaches to tackling inequalities through collective ways of working and design. 

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Interantional Women's Day: Art, Action & Craft Interantional Women's Day: Art, Action & Craft International Women’s Day: Art, Action & Craft  Monday 8 March 2021 | 6 - 7.30pm | £10 | Friends £9 | Online – Via Zoom   ...

International Women’s Day: Art, Action & Craft 

Monday 8 March 2021 | 6 - 7.30pm | £10 | Friends £9 | Online – Via Zoom  

  

Pioneering artists like Mary Watts used their creative output to address issues of social cohesion, gender equality and political change. This International Women’s Day, celebrate the role of craft in activism. Sarah Corbett will weave together her practical experience of her ‘gentle protest’ craftivism with the history of craft as a tool for change. 

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Art & Action: Bronze Arts Awards Art & Action: Bronze Arts Awards Art & Action: Bronze Arts Award   Thursdays: 7, 14, 21, 28 January,   4, 11 February 2021 | 4 - 5.30 pm    £60, including all...

Art & Action: Bronze Arts Award  

Thursdays: 7, 14, 21, 28 January,  

4, 11 February 2021 | 4 - 5.30 pm 

 

£60, including all materials and Arts Award entry costs | Friends £54 | Online, via zoom  

In this new six week creative course you can achieve a Bronze Arts Award qualification. Explore the art and artists of Art & Action, take part in creative artist-led activities and learn new skills, before sharing and celebrating your achievements with peers.  

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