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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 | 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 

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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