8. German Talk, Follow-up

Hello,

it was great seeing you all yesterday.

I hope you enjoyed the exhibition! For those who would like to have another look, it is still open until the 3rd May, Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm (closed over Easter). There is of course also Marie’s French Talk coming up on the 2nd May at 6pm.

As usual, please find the exercise sheets as a PDF for you to download and print off here. Please remember that any included images might be subject to copyright.

I will publish the details for the next German Talk in all the usual places as soon as possible.

All the best wishes, und bis bald,

Karen

7. German Talk – Follow-up

Hello all,

thank you very much for attending the German Talk yesterday. I hope you found the presentation interesting. As I mentioned, you can find more extensive information about the ‘curiosities’ here on the blog under menu tabs:  ‘Research’, ‘Staff Research’, ‘Karen’s Cabinet of Curiosities’.

For those who couldn’t make it or didn’t take an exercise sheet yesterday, you can download it here: 7. German Talk

The next talk will be in connection with our upcoming exhibition Print REbels: Haden, Palmer, Whistler & the Origins of the RE . I will publish the date in the usual places and email those of you who are on the mailing list in due time.

All the very best und bis bald,

Karen

 

Free Curator’s Talk – ‘Holden Holcombe: This Is How It Feels’, 7/2/2019, 6pm, School of Art Gallery

HOLDENH_webPhD candidate Holden Holcombe will talk about his research and the background of his exhibition. This is also a great opportunity for those who are unable to visit the School of Art Gallery during the usual opening hours. The talk will be in English. For more information about the exhibition, please click here.