Join one of our expert-led talks online.
We recommend a £5 donation, but please give as much as you can afford.
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.
The Art of Leighton House
Friday 22nd January 2021 – 12pm
Curator, Daniel Robbins, will introduce the magnificent Leighton House museum, former home of Victorian artist Lord Leighton. Discover more about Leighton’s life and artworks, and explore the fabulous museum building which now pays homage to him.
The Forgotten Pre-Raphaelite
Friday 29th January 2021 – 7pm
This lecture will explore the art of F. G. Stephens (1827–1907), an overlooked founding member of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. Delivered by Robert Wilkes, who received his PhD from Oxford Brookes University in 2020, for his thesis Stephens.
Defining Pre-Raphaelite Poetics
Friday 5th February 2021 – 7pm
We warmly welcome Heather Bozant Witcher and Amy Kahrmann Huseby to discuss their latest publication which explores the poetic form, gender dynamics, political engagement, and networked communities of Pre-Raphaelitism.
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.
This BBB design will brighten up any De Morgan fan's kitchen. BBB is wonderfully bright and intricate pattern which William De Morgan designed specifically for kitchens. It's time to brighten your kitchen with this 100% cotton tea-towel
The perfect gift for any De Morgan fan! This durable apron features William De Morgan's beautiful BBB design, which he made to be installed around the stove. Have your own De Morgan piece to brighten up your time at the stove!
William De Morgan's beatiful and intricate BBB design of blue carnations and scrolling foliage covers this plush soft canvas bag, with statement blue handles and a polyester lining. Stand out from the crowd with this wonderful statement piece.