Starts:
19:30 17 May 2017
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Ends:
21:00 17 May 2017

Illustrated Talk

Illustrated Talk 

Wednesday May 17th 2017 O'Callaghan Eliotts Hotel 7:30pm.

Please note this lecture will take place downstairs in the Tercentenary Suite


The lecturer looks at the art produced for and by the British and considers the cultural significance of the Grand Tour as well as the practical aspects of travel.

Jeremy graduated from Cambridge with a starred first and undertook graduate work at Oxford and taught at Durham from 1980, eventually as professor, before moving to Exeter as professor in 1996. He has lectured around the world to popular and academic audiences, including the Decorative Arts Society in New York and the Bard, as well as the annual decorative arts conference at Newport, Rhode Island. He has also lectured in Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Germany, France, Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Italy, Spain and on various cruise lines. Jeremy has appeared on both radio and television, Jeremy was awarded the MBE for services to stamp design.

Tickets £12

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