"Liber ethicorum des Henricus de Alemannia" by Laurentius de Voltolina, 14th century

What’s on: future lectures

Lectures cover an extensive range of topics relating to art and architecture. Each lecture lasts for one hour, and is followed by a glass of wine, which gives members the opportunity to socialise and to discuss the lecture with other members, and to talk to the speaker.

Lectures are generally held at The Art Workers’ Guild, 6 Queen Square, London WC1N 3AT, and usually start at 6pm. Members may attend lectures without charge, and can invite guests for a fee of £5 each. Visiting full-time students may attend for a fee of £3 (fees are payable at the door). There is no need to book.

Insurrection and Impressionism: Tannhäuser in Paris

  • Tue 6 February 2018
    6pm
  • The Art Workers' Guild
  • Lecturer: Charlotte de Mille

Charlotte de Mille, currently curating the music programme at The Courtauld Institute of Art, traces the remarkable intersection of Wagnerian opera and radical Impressionism through the famous premier of Tannhauser in 1861.

Architecture and memory in the Square Mile: Leathersellers’ Hall

  • Mon 12 March 2018
    6pm
  • The Art Workers' Guild
  • Lecturer: Chris Rogers

Chris Rogers reveals the fascinating architectural connections – including fragments, routes and even rooms – across three generations of rebuilding for the Leathersellers’ Livery Company. The 500-year-old trade guild now occupies a new Hall by Eric Parry, built partly underground and incorporating material from its previous two homes.

Lecture Programme Organiser

Susan Nettle

lectureprogramme@londonarthistorysociety.org.uk