Course: BETWEEN POWER AND CONFLICT: CASE STUDIES OF ART IN TIMES OF WAR AND REVOLUTION FROM 1868 TO TODAY [ONLINE].
Organizer: THE COURTAULD.
Speakers: Alexandra Watson Jones, Dr Natalia Murray, MaryKate Cleary, Professor Sussan Babaie, Alice Farren-Bradley.
Tickets: £195 (concessions may apply).
Date: May 2nd 8:00pm UK Time. Equivalent times:
Americas - PT: May 2nd 12:00pm | ET: May 2nd 3:00pm.
Europe - UK: May 2nd 8:00pm | CET: May 2nd 9:00pm.
APAC - CST/HKT/SGT: May 3rd 3:00am | AET: May 3rd 5:00am.
"In recent months, museums and galleries around the world have been forced to respond to the increasingly urgent call to return the famous Benin bronzes to Nigeria, from where they had been taken, as part of some 10,000 royal and sacred objects, during a British punitive expedition in 1897..."
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As the programme name implies, the series aims to share the latest art-historical thinking, and The Courtauld’s excellence in teaching and research, with the wider public. The lectures are open to everyone over the age of 18, aim for a lively delivery and are given by members of the faculty, by associates and alumni of The Courtauld, and by other eminent scholars.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS AND CREDITS