Lectures

Lectures are held in the Fine Art seminar room. These free lectures offer a chance to open a public dialogue about historical and contemporary practices including artists, photographers, poets, and musicians.

All lectures start at 7pm, with doors at 6:30pm for wine and nibbles.

Past lectures have included:

Malcolm Yorke: Edward Bawden and The Great Bardfield Artists Colony
Malcolm Gee: Richard Hamilton and Marcel Duchamp – The Newcastle Connection
Malcolm Yorke: Josef Herman
Kelsey Thornton: John Skipsey
Tracey Tolfield: Goya
Alysia Trackim: Regarding the pain of others: photographing war
Anne Massey & Gil Hedley: FOTH & Hatton present “Newcastle Goes Pop!”
Bill Varley: COOL and ANTI-COOL: A Survey of Contemporary Art
Kelsey Thornton: Ivor Gurney: Poet of War
Alysia Trackim: John Cage on Silence
Tracey Tolfield: Andy Warhol Drawings
Fred Brookes: Kurt Schwitters’ Merzbarn: past, present, and future