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From outdoor exhibitions to classical concerts, here are our recommendations for the month
Our expert explores the stories behind the most dazzling Easter gifts ever given – the Imperial eggs of Carl Fabergé, cadeaux for emperors’ wives
THE EXTRAORDINARY ART AND LIFE OF AUGUSTUS JOHN
Peggy Guggenhiem and her impact on twentieth century art. Now to be given online via Zoom.
NB: This event may be held online instead due to social distancing
Lectures at Home
Enjoy the arts at home with a series of films by Arts Society Accredited Lecturers, published every fortnight. This week:
Himalayan Encounters - lecture by Zara Fleming
In this lecture, Zara Fleming talks about her impassioned interest in Buddhist culture. Her early interest while still at school led her to the Himalayas working in a refugee camp. This story is not just about Zara's personal involvement in the country but the Buddhist art that means so much to her.
Please click on the video link below to watch the latest lecture
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