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	Image: William Morris (1834–96), Design for a printed textile: ‘Wey’ 1882-83 (detail), pencil and watercolour heightened with white bodycolour on paper, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery © Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery

The poetry of drawing lecture series

The Pre-Raphaelites, their circle and their publics

In conjunction with the exhibition The poetry of drawing: Pre-Raphaelite designs, studies and watercolours

1.30pm: lecture, Centenary Auditorium
2.30pm: coffee, function space

Image: William Morris (1834–96), Design for a printed textile: ‘Wey’ 1882-83 (detail), pencil and watercolour heightened with white bodycolour on paper, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery © Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery

Fridays 1.30pm
1 July – 5 August 2011

$15 per lecture, including coffee and tea

Bookings essential

Duration 1 hour, 30 minutes
Location: Centenary Auditorium

Related exhibition: The poetry of drawing: Pre-Raphaelite designs, studies and watercolours

Pre-Raphaelite drawing: introducing the exhibition

Peter Raissis, curator of European prints, drawings and watercolours, Art Gallery of NSW

 

Friday 1 July 2011 1:30pm – 3pm
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The Pre-Raphaelites and the British Empire

Dr Matthew Potter, University of Leicester and Visiting Fellow, Australian National University

 

Friday 8 July 2011 1:30pm – 3pm
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The Pre-Raphaelites and Poetry: Gerard Manley Hopkins and Christina Rossetti

Professor Barry Spurr, personal chair in poetry and poetics, The University of Sydney

 

Friday 15 July 2011 1:30pm – 3pm
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William Morris and the arts and crafts movement

Christopher Menz, Acting Director, The Ian Potter Museum of Art, The University of Melbourne

 

Friday 22 July 2011 1:30pm – 3pm
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Pre-Raphaelite materials and techniques

Simon Ives, Paintings Conservator, Art Gallery of NSW

 

Friday 29 July 2011 1:30pm – 3pm
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Theories of architecture and nature in the work of John Ruskin

Dr Peter Kohane, senior lecturer, architecture program, University of NSW

 

Friday 5 August 2011 1:30pm – 3pm
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