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An ‘Untapped Goldmine for the Dress Historian’: Amateur Film as Visual Heritage and Assessing the Excavation Potential: Heather Norris Nicholson

Thursday, 20 February, 2014 by Katarzyna Falecka

By : Katarzyna Falęcka   Forming the third lecture of the Spring 2014 Friend Lecture Series, Dr Heather Norris Nicholson’s talk entitled An ‘Untapped Goldmine for the Dress Historian’: Amateur Film as Visual Heritage and Assessing the Excavation Potential, examined … Continue reading

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The Books that Shaped Art History (Book Launch, 31st October 2013)

Friday, 1 November, 2013 by James Alexander Cameron

Last night the Research Forum was celebrating  the release of Thames and Hudson’s The Books that Shaped Art History, a collection of sixteen essays by eminent art historians on seminal publications from within our still anxiously young discipline. Chaired by … Continue reading

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Light, Colour and Veils

Thursday, 13 June, 2013 by James Alexander Cameron

Some conferences, such as last month’s Beyond the Western Mediterranean, set out to break new ground, but some are held just to celebrate and inspire. This was the mood for the day-long event at The Courtauld in honour of retiring … Continue reading

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Toshio Watanabe: Ryoanji Garden as the Epitome of Zen Culture

Wednesday, 20 February, 2013 by Tim Satterthwaite

The final lecture in the 2012 Frank Davis Lecture Series was given by Prof Toshio Watanabe, from the University of the Arts, London. At its centre was an extraordinary object, the Ryoanji Garden in Kyoto, regarded as one of the finest … Continue reading

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