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TUESDAY TALKS

Series Two

 

Every Tuesday, enjoy an in-depth insight into the Barber’s stunning collection through our programme of fascinating mini podcasts: series two.

Explore the Barber’s stunning collection through our weekly ten-minute talks – discussions include past and present displays, small groups of related works, an aspect of a University of Birmingham student or Barber member of staff’s own research, or single masterpieces and recent acquisitions.

The guitar music has been composed and performed by Jack Davies specifically for these mini podcasts.

These talks began as part of our initiative to bring the Barber’s collection into your home virtually, while the gallery’s doors were closed to visitors in line with government advice during the Covid-19 pandemic.

?We hope you enjoy our second series.

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10 November: Rodin, with Helen Cobby, Assistant Curator

 

3 November: Ikegobo to the Iyoba,?with?Adwoa Owusu-Barnieh, University of Birmingham Classical Literature and Civilizations graduate

 

27 October: ‘The Art of Devotion: Sacred Illuminations, Prints, and Drawings’,?with April Armstrong-Bascombe, Collections Intern

 

20 October: ‘Changing Shapes’,?with Helen Cobby, Assistant Curator

 

13 October:?Salomon van Ruysdael’s ‘A Cavalry Travelling through a Wooded Landscape’, 1658, with Robert Wenley, Deputy Director and Head of Collections

 

6 October: Now and Then,?with Nicola Kalinsky, Director

 

29 September: ‘Self-Portrait in Profile: The Artist’s Process’,?with Flora Kay, Learning and Engagement Manager

 

22 September: Student Lightning Talk: ‘Degas Dancers’, with?Emily Langridge, University of Birmingham History of Art student

 

15 September: Student Lightning Talk: ‘Arm Reliquary’, with Nadia Sommella, University of Birmingham History of Art student

 

8 September: Student Lightning Talk: ‘The Evening Meal’, with Maya Biddulph, University of Birmingham Liberal Arts and Natural Sciences student

 

1 September: Student Lightning Talk: ‘Lovers in a Landscape’,?with Susanna Davis, University of Birmingham History and History of Art graduate

Creative Horror Writing

Wednesday?25 November, 7 - 8.30pm. Free; online via Zoom.

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Worm: art +ecology

Monday 7?December 6 - 7.30pm. Free; online via Zoom.

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Barber Home – Recovery

Thursday 3?December, 5.30 - 6.45pm. Free; online via Zoom.

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Myth Personas: Visual Poems with Holly Hunter

Wednesday 18?November, 6.30 - 7.30pm. Free; online via Zoom.

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