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The fantastically preserved ruins of the Roman palace in Split (now in Croatia) were off the beaten path during the era of the Grand Tour, but they did attract the more intrepid travellers.
Panels, Lectures & Ideas
A transfer of artistic vision took place in an intertwined world of artists working in Britain in the 18th century.
Book a special walk and talk with artist Janet Laurence
Explore the history of tapestry weaving in these European centres over the centuries.
Explore how we choose our clothing and soft furnishings from a variety of colourful fabrics, enabled by 19th century advances in synthetic dyes and man-made fibres.
In this talk Margot Yeomans will discuss the history of lace and the lives of the young women who made it.
Aug 22 - 23
Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) is an inquiry based teaching methodology that encourages critical and creative thinking through looking at art.
Jun 29 - Aug 24
Join Alisa as she explores changing visual representations of, and attitudes towards, the Yarra River in Melbourne's first century.
This lecture looks at the establishment of draper's stores in early 19th century Australia and their progression to the multi-storied department store that emerged in the late 19th century.
This lecture by Dr Eugene Barilo von Reisberg explores ancestors and immediate family of the Duke of Edinburgh through portraits and photographs.
This lecture will look at why we collect dress, and how best to grow and manage a collection which contributes to our cultural and community life.
The story of her relationship with the aristocratic Colonel Stephen Digby, the queen’s Vice-Chancellor, and its devastating outcome.
In this lecture we will look at how such images were created and interpreted, with a focus on Elizabeth I's use and control of her own image for political ends.
Austen leaves us with strong impressions of the garden style of the day.
The lecture unravels a complex web of politically and dynastically motivated intermarriages and the effects of wars and revolutions on the closely-knit family unit.
Aug 06 - Sep 24
This group is for dance, drama, music and art teachers or directors who experience burnout from supporting other people’s creative journeys.
Join Adrian for a journey around of some of the mid-20th century’s most unusual and colourful jewels
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