barber institute of fine arts
university of birmingham


LUNCHTIME TALKS AND TOURS

5 January

German Contrasts: Dürer, Metz and Dix

Jen Costigan, Gallery Guide

 

12 January

Dreams, Proverbs, Follies: Goya’s Last Prints

Rebecca Randle, Learning and Access Intern

 

19 January

Introduction to ‘Prestige and Power: Projecting Identity in 17th-century Portraiture’

Annie McCulloch, Collections Intern

 

26 January

Back to the Future: The Renaissance Landscape

John Southall, Gallery Guide

 

2 February

Fragonard’s ‘A Woman with a Dog’

Robert Wenley, Deputy Director

 

9 February

Chinese Art and Craftsmanship and their Influence on the West

Pam Turton, Gallery Guide

 

16 February

Introduction to ‘Chance, Order, Change: Abstract Paintings 1939 – 1989′

Robert Wenley, Deputy Director

 

23 February

Introduction to ‘Into the Woods’

Sarah Beattie, Collections Assistant

 

1 March

Horses in Art Part 2: Prints by Delacroix, Géricault and others

Pam Turton, Gallery Guide

 

8 March

Models and Muses: Women in Barber Paintings

Alex Jolly, Learning and Access Assistant

 

15 March

Distortions of the Mind: Magritte and Redon

Barbara Fogarty, Gallery Guide

 

22 March 

Reality vs Imagination

Marian Edwards, Gallery Guide

 

29 March

Whistler’s Legacy

Jill Ambler, Gallery Guide

 

5 April

Working Life in London: the Barber’s etchings by Whistler

Jill Ambler, Gallery Guide

 

12 April

Earth, Fire and Water

Jennifer Young, Gallery Guide

 

19 April

What Lies Beneath

Jen Ridding, Learning and Access Officer

 

26 April

Alexander the Great and his Legacy

Pam Turton, Gallery Guide

 

New Arrival from New York

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Fragonard Family Day

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Lightning Talks

Wednesday 2 December, 2 – 4pm.

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Francisco de Goya (1746-1828) after Diego Velázquez

The Dwarf El Primo

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