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Southampton Marine and Maritime Institute

Art Historical Leads: From The Captain’s Daughter to Ship to Shore Event

Date:
28 - 29 March 2014
Venue:
John Hansard Gallery University of Southampton Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ Free Admission - BOOKING ESSENTIAL Friday 28 March from 6 - 7:30pm & SeaCity Museum Havelock Road Southampton SO14 7FY Free - BOOKING ESSENTIAL Saturday 29 Mar from 2 - 4pm

For more information regarding this event, please telephone John Hansard Gallery / SeaCity Museum on +44 (0)2380 592158 / +44 (0)2380 833007 or email info@hansardgallery.org.uk / museums@southampton.gov.uk .

Event details

Based on the work of artists in the Ship to Shore exhibition, this course provides participants with an interactive tour of the current exhibitions at the John Hansard Gallery and SeaCity Museum, whilst providing an introduction to the way in which artists form the past have communicated our relationship with the sea.

 Courtesy the artist and Timothy Taylor Gallery, London
Susan Hillier, Nightwatch, 2009

Interested in learning more about aspects of art history and contemporary art? Join us for a special two part course at the John Hansard Gallery and SeaCity Museum for the third in the series of informal adult short courses which provides an introduction to contemporary art practice within the context of art from the past.

In partnership with the Winchester School of Art and their research centre, Winchester Centre for Global Futures in Art Design & Media, this short course is convened by Dr. August Jordan Davis.

No previous knowledge required and all learning materials are provided.

FREE entry to SeaCity Museum. As places are limited on both days, booking is essential via the following links:

To reserve your place for John Hansard Gallery, Friday 28 March click here
To reserve your place for SeaCity Museum, Saturday 29 March click here

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