Access a fantastic selection of the Museum's archive of online talks on a broad range of 20th century art and design subjects. Talks are available to watch any time until 31 December 2023.
Support the Museum by purchasing a special pass which allows access to a selection of recorded talks. Available to view as many times as you wish, the talks included in this offer are as follows:
Sybil and Cyril: Cutting Through Time by Jenny Uglow
The Gothic Revival and the Development of the Arts and Crafts Movement by Megan Aldrich
The multiple burials of John Baskerville, printer, (1707-75) by Caroline Archer
Percy Cane: Arts and Crafts Garden Designer by Jill Sinclair
Art Deco Tiles 1918-1940 by Hans van Lemmen
Marianne Straub: A Designer's Designer by Mary Schoeser
1000 years of history: Medieval Cathedrals as Time Machines by Jon Cannon
The Arts and Crafts Movement in Cotswold Churches by Kirsty Hartsiotis
Isokon and the Bauhaus in Britain by Magnus Englund and Leyla Daybelge
For full details of the individual talks included in this offer, please visit www.gordonrusselldesignmuseum.org/events
All talks were organised as part of the Friends of the Gordon Russell Design Museum's 2021-22 programme. To support the Museum by joining as a Friend, and to access the latest programme of talks, events and private tours please visit our website.
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