Tuesday Talks Series Four

Series four

Episode 6: 27 July

The First Dictators: Politics, Propaganda and the Collapse of the Roman Republic, with Maria Vrij, Coin Curator

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Find out more about The First Dictators, open until 10 July 2022.

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Episode 5: 13 July

The Viewer and the Viewed, with Giulia Schirripa, Arts Society Collections Intern

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Find out more about The Viewer and the Viewed, open until 19 September 2021.

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Episode 4: 29 June

Drawn to Antiquity: Works on Paper from the Lawrence Alma-Tadema Collection, with Sarah Kilroy, University of Birmingham

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Find out more about Drawn to Antiquity, open until 21 September 2021.

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Episode 3: 1 June

Lovis Corinth, Portrait of Dr Ferdinand Mainzer, with Dr Camilla Smith, University of Birmingham

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Episode 2: 18 May

Sharing a research project: a Boy in Seville

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Find out more about the Barber’s recent research into Murillo’s painting.

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Episode 1: 4 May

Claude Lorrain’s Pastoral Landscape (1645) at the Barber Institute, with Robert Wenley, Head of Collections

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Music composed and performed by Jack Davies especially for these mini podcasts.

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