We're back! And we can't wait to see you at the De Morgan Museum or one of our partner galleries soon.
From the Pre-Raphaelites to the Arts and Crafts Movement, our programme of online events is diverse and exciting.
The De Morgan Foundation is an independent charity which relies on your donation to care for and share its beautiful collection
Join one of our expert-led talks online.
Talks are hosted on Zoom, a free video conferencing system. You will receive details of how to join the Zoom call in an email after you have bought tickets.
William De Morgan’s Egyptian Exploration
Friday 18th June 2021 – 12pm
Primarily focusing on his work with the Egyptian Government in 1892, and the 8 weeks he spent in Cairo, this lecture will explore the preservation work and research of William De Morgan, into the history of Egyptian glaze pottery.
De Morgan at The Slade School of Art
Friday 2nd July 2021 – 5pm
In this talk, the Courtauld’s Charlotte de Mille will introduce us to the Slade School of Art as it was in the Victorian period when Evelyn De Morgan studied there, with particular attention paid to her experience of the Slade as a female pupil.
Live tour of ‘Artist of Hope’ Exhibition
Friday 16th July 2021 – 12pm
The De Morgan exhibition ‘Artist of Hope’ has been produced with our community partners to reinterpret De Morgan’s First World War paintings for life through the Coronavirus Pandemic. We will broadcast a livestream tour of the exhibition.
Welcome back! Please book directly with the venue before travelling to avoid disappointment and to understand any precautions you might need to take in order to visit, or any restrictions which might be in place.
CURATOR AT HOME
Enjoy learning more about the life and art of the De Morgans in our series of talks and lectures, with Curator, Sarah Hardy, and sometimes with special guests.