From Butlin’s to the Belle Epoque, here are the best titles to enjoy this month
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We are delighted to announce that Gracie Oddie-James as this year’s winner of our prestigious Trenchard Cox Art History Abroad Scholarship
Lectures at Home
Enjoy the arts at home with a series of films by Arts Society Accredited Lecturers, published every fortnight. This week: 'An Artist of Note: Turner and the new £20' - an Arts Society lecture by Nicola Moorby. J.M.W. Turner is the first British artist to appear on a banknote. This film will discuss the background to the new £20 note and examine how the Bank of England's design represents the various aspects of Turner's life, work and legacy.
'Meet' Nicola after watching the lecture in our Forum at
https://www.connected.theartssociety.org/forum/arts-at-home/lectures-at-home-nicola-moorby for a Q&A - this Forum will be open until 20 May 2020.
Please click on the video link below to watch the latest lecture
Marc Allum: 2 June
Rebecca Hossack: 16 June
Sandy Burnett: 30 June
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