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Concluded Events (Page 4 of 8)

Camille Claudel L’âge mur/The Age of Maturity also known as The Path of Life 1894-1900, Bronze cast 1913, Musée Rodin, Paris

Discovering Women Sculptors – Spring series fourConcluded

Thursday 16 March 2023 at 6.30pm

Camille Claudel Was Not Alone: Women in Symbolist Sculpture challenging the Culture of Gender by Professor Griselda Pollock

An online Zoom talk, free for PSSA Members. £3.50 for non-members (join the PSSA).

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Ethel Pye (1882-1955)

Discovering Women Sculptors – Spring series fourConcluded

Thursday 9 March 2023 at 6.30pm

Ethel Pye: recollections and images from her nephew
by the sculptor, William Pye

An online Zoom talk, free for PSSA Members. £3.50 for non-members (join the PSSA).

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Charles Cordier, Venus Africane (detail), 1852, Royal Collection Trust

Curating ‘The Colour of Anxiety’: the challenges of crafting an exhibition of 19th century sculpture in 2022Concluded

Thursday 26 January 2023 at 6.30pm

Lecture by co- Curators Dr Nicola Jennings and Dr Adrienne Childs on the exhibition ‘The Colour of Anxiety: Race, Sexuality, and Disorder in Victorian Sculpture’ at the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, 25 November 2022 – 26 February 2023.

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Peyton Skipwith with a relief by Adolfine Ryland in the background (photo: Philip Attwood).

Discovering Women Sculptors – Spring, series fourConcluded

Tuesday 24 January 2023 at 6.30pm

A Life in Relief – Women Sculptors at The Fine Art Society. Peyton Skipwith former Deputy Managing Director of The Fine Art Society, New Bond Street, London in conversation with Philip Attwood former keeper of Coins and Medals at the British Museum.

An online Zoom discussion, free for PSSA Members. £3.50 for non-members (join the PSSA).

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Statue of local benefactress Tatiana, c. AD 200, fallen in front of its base, Aphrodisias (1964). Courtesy of New York University Excavations at Aphrodisias

Public Statues and Cancel Culture from the Ancient Roman PerspectiveConcluded

Tuesday 6 December at 6.30pm

Public Statues and Cancel Culture from the Ancient Roman Perspective by Julia Lenaghan

An online talk, PSSA Members free. Non-members £3.50 (join the PSSA).

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The seventeenth-century Town Hall (now the Royal Palace) in Amsterdam by Jacob van Campen (architect) and Artus Quellinus the Elder (sculptor) (photo: Koninklijk Paleis, Amsterdam)

Sculptural Lineage: Masters and PupilsConcluded

Tuesday 29 November at 6.30pm

Artus Quellinus the Elder and the Members of his Amsterdam Workshop by Bieke van der Mark

An online Zoom talk, PSSA Members free, Non-members £3.50 (join the PSSA).

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Sculptural Lineage: Masters and PupilsConcluded

Tuesday 22 November at 7.30pm

Fathers and Daughters in Sculpture workshops in early modern Spain:
Pedro Roldán and his daughters Francisca, Luisa and Maria Roldán;
Pedro de Mena and his daughters Andrea and Claudia de Mena
by Dr Cathy Hall-van den Elsen

An online Zoom talk, PSSA Members free, Non-members £3.50 (join the PSSA).

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Giovanni Battista Foggini, Prometheus, bronze, later adapted in Doccia porcelain. Victoria and Albert Museum, London (photo: © Victoria & Albert Museum)

Sculptural Lineage: Masters and PupilsConcluded

Tuesday 15 November at 6.30pm

Foggini’s Legacy
by Dr Kira d’Alburquerque, Senior Curator of Sculpture at the Victoria and Albert Museum and PSSA Trustee.

An online talk, PSSA Members free. Non-members £3.50 (join the PSSA).

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Loggia with Reliefs of The Three Ages of Man by Godfrey Sykes, James Gamble and Reuben Townroe. Victoria and Albert Museum, Lecture Block (photo: Andrew Carter)

PSSA Webinar: A new aesthetic or ‘mere decoration’? Architectural Sculpture in Britain 1850-1914Concluded

Saturday 17 September 2022

PSSA members £5; PSSA Students/U30s Free; Non-PSSA members £10; Non-PSSA Students/ U30s £5.
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Scotland: Public Art & Design Tour of Hilltown, DundeeConcluded

Saturday 20 August 2022

Public art walking tour of Hilltown, Dundee

University museum curator Matthew Jarron will lead an informal walking tour round artworks in the Hilltown area.
Free Event
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