ART FOR ALL- The Regional Art Gallery in Victorian Britain

| The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster

From 1865 to the First World War, museums were created in all the cities and most of the towns of Britain. This lecture considers why they were set up, who supported them and they types of art they acquired.Giles Waterfield is an independant curator and writer, Director of Royal Collection Studies and Associate Lecturer at the Courtauld Institute of Art.

Venue information

The Warehouse Theatre, Ilminster

Map with tickets

Entry details

12 to include lecture and tea

Tickets: Elisabeth Rutherford, Three Trees, North Street, Babcary, Somerset, TA11 7EA Tel. 01458 223 595

2.45 for 3.00pm, followed by tea
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