NADFAS

2017 Lectures

Membership is £40 per member for the 8 lectures. Guests are charged at £8 each.

All lectures begin at 2.15pm in the Auditorium

Wednesday 15 March
Tibet, the Roof of the World
Zara is an art consultant and exhibition curator specialising in the art and culture of Tibet, the Himalayan areas and Mongolia. The lecture explores the fascinating art and culture inspired by Buddhism
 
  
Wednesday 19 April
Dido Elizabeth Belle and the Beginnings of Abolition
Leslie holds a BA in Art History and an MA in Renaissance Studies and gives lectures and guided tours at the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery. Slavery is viewed through the eyes of a black woman living in grandeur in London.
 
  
Wednesday 17 May
Bloomsbury Versus the Victocists
Tricha has a BA from the Courtauld Institute and MA from Bath Spa University. She has taught in the Art History Department at Bristol University since 2005. The Bloomsbury Group and the Vorticists both sought to inspire artists working in England to engage with the new visual ideas that were developing in Europe.