Join Siân Walters and Jo Walton for a smorgasbord of festive fun. Expect some tricky questions, picture rounds and playful teasers. Are you up for the challenge?
Suitable for those who have recently attended our 'Stories of art' course or who are familiar with the art of the period.
This event finishes at 8pm.
Siân Walters is an art historian and director of Art History in Focus. She teaches Module 1: 1250-1400 on our 'Stories of art 'course. In addition to her work for the National Gallery and the Wallace Collection, she lectures for The Arts Society and leads specialist art tours abroad. Siân was a lecturer at Surrey University for many years and has worked in France and Venice. Her specialist areas of research are 15th- and 16th- century Italian painting, Spanish art and architecture, Flemish and Dutch painting and the relationship between art and dance.
Jo Walton has been lecturing for The Arts Society (formerly NADFAS) for over fifteen years, specialising in the art and architecture of the Italian Renaissance, as well as aspects of British 20th-century painting. She has also worked extensively with The Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery, The Art Fund and local art groups around the UK. She was a guide at Tate Britain and Tate Modern for over a decade. She teaches Module 2: 1400-1500 on our 'Stories of art' course.
Supported by the John Armitage Charitable Trust