Plymouth Lunchtime Talks 2013

Plymouth City Museum And Art Gallery

Events

Plymouth City Museum And Art Gallery

Plymouth City Museum And Art Gallery

Lunchtime Talk: Ida Kar: Bohemian Photographer

Associate Curator of Photographs from the National Portrait Gallery, Clare Freestone, discusses pioneering female photographer, Ida Kar.
Tuesday 29 January 2013

Lunchtime Talk: The Post War Industries of Plymouth

Take a look back at the rise and fall of some of Plymouth’s largest private sector employers during the second half of the twentieth century, with Alan Bricknell from the University of the Third Age, including Bush, Tecalemit, Berkertex and Farleys.
Tuesday 5 February 2013

Lunchtime Talk:Treasures Saved for the Nation – The Work of The Art Fund

Discover more about the history and work of The Art Fund with Anthony Pugh-Thomas.
Tuesday 12 February 2013

Lunchtime Talk: The Plym Valley Railway

Join representatives from the Plym Valley Railway Group for a talk about the former line that ran from Plymouth to Tavistock and its associated routes, on the 50th anniversary of its closure.

Tuesday 19 February 2013

Lunchtime Talk: Silver in the Collections of Plymouth Museum

Join the Curator of Decorative Art for a deeper look at some of the items of silver in the care of the City Museum and Art Gallery.

Tuesday 26 February 2013

Lunchtime Talk: Gordon Baldwin: Objects for a Landscape

Join Helen Walsh, York Art Gallery’s Assistant Curator of Decorative Arts, as she discusses the City Museum and Art Gallery’s Spring 2013 exhibition, ‘Gordon Baldwin: Objects for a Landscape’ in more depth.

Tuesday 5 March 2013

Lunchtime Talk: Churches of Devon

Devon historian and Research Fellow at the University of Exeter, Todd Gray talks about the amazing art you can find hidden away in our region’s churches.

Tuesday 12 March 2013

Lunchtime Talk: David Hockney: Life and Works

Join Alan Read for a talk about the life and works of well-known British artist, David Hockney.

Tuesday 26 March 2013

 

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