Six Cities and their Artists by Angela Smith
The final day of the ‘Six Cities and their Artists’, postponed last March due to the first coronavirus lockdown will now take place on Tuesday 27th April and consist of two sessions with a short break between.
All those who originally booked on all or part of the Six Cities Course are invited to join this Zoom Webinar lecture at 10.30am. The usual link will be sent out one week before on Tuesday 20th April and again the day before on 26th April.
You will also be sent course notes via email.
‘A History of Berlin and its Arts and Architecture’ Dr Angela Smith
In the first session Dr Angela Smith will present an illustrated history of Berlin from its beginnings until the outbreak of the Great War.
The second lecture will focus in detail on Art and Architecture in Berlin as we trace its history from 1914 until the present day.
Guests (that is, all Society members who have not subscibed to the course)
Guests are welcome at a charge of £10 including course notes. Please pay by bank transfer . The bank details are included in the emails of the regular monthly lectures and also with the email containing the course link.
If you contact Chris Castleden at firstname.lastname@example.org you will be sent the course notes.
Angie Smith writes:
I am an art historian with wide ranging interests. My specialist areas include English late medieval and early Tudor art and architecture, also many aspects of Spanish and early 20th century German art. I am an accredited Arts Society lecturer and work as a freelance speaker and tour leader and have considerable experience teaching in schools, adult and higher education.