Saturday 25 February 2017

Dulwich Picture Gallery - What makes a global city?

Contextual Lecture Series
London: The Making of a Global City
Click here to watch our new video with Contextual Lecture Series curator Dr Kenneth Wolfe
What makes a global city? How do we maintain its expanding fortitude? Join expert speakers as they examine aspects of London's identity from 1817-2017, discussing two centuries of social, industrial and cultural innovations.

The series opened earlier today with a long-sold-out lecture by Professor A.C. Grayling. The rest of the series is selling out fast, and we've just released tickets for dates in May & June. Book now online to guarantee your seat.

All Contextual Lecture Series, Tuesday mornings at 10.30 - 11.30am. £12 / £10 Friends
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Contextual Lecture Series: March - June
Enlightenment London - 14 March
Professor John Robertson 
Greater London: The story of the Suburbs - 28 March (SOLD OUT)
Dr Nick Barratt  
Keynes: A Revolution in Economic Thinking - 11 April (SOLD OUT)
Lord Robert Skidelsky
The Life and Work of Michael Faraday (1791-1867) - 30 May
Professor Frank James
English Law and the Empire - 13 June
Sir Francis Jacobs
The Contemporary City - 20 June
Ben Judah
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Other Lecture Series
InTown & InSight
InTown: Thursday evenings, 7.00pm for 7.30pm start. £12 / £10.

Clash of the Titans - Michaelangelo, Sebastiano del Piombo and their Rivals - 23 February
Dr. Paula Nuttall, National Gallery

Revolutionary Russian Art 1917-1932 - 16 March
Graham Greenfield, Royal Academy

The Painting Techniques of John Singer Sargent - 30 March
Dr Joyce Townsend , Tate
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InSight: Wednesday mornings, 10.30-11.30am. £12 / £10. Series of three: £32 / £26.

'My portrait in little': 16th Century Portrait Miniatures - 1 March
Karen Hearn, Tate Britain / UCL

The World Made Small: miniatures from the V&A Museum of Childhood - 8 March
Esther Lutman, V&A Museum of Childhood.

Microcosms and Microworlds: Ivory Carvings from the Middle Ages - 15 March
Naomi Speakman , British Museum
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