October, once again, will be the London Month of the Dead. It was for London Month of the Dead that I made my very first visit to Brompton Cemetery. I had been to five of the magnificent seven and it was a shame I hadn’t been to Brompton. It is beautifully kept compared to someContinue reading “October Event: London Month of the Dead”
I have loved London. I’ve lived here for a total of ten years now, given dozens of horror walks throughout it’s various neighbourhoods, I got my MA and my PhD here. But, life and time move on and I am excited to say that mean’s I’ll be moving too! I’m excited to be moving upContinue reading “Moving”
Thank you to everyone who came to the Nairn Book & Arts Festival this year. I always enjoy this festival, and find some of the most engaging audiences. This year I was considering the narrative of ‘truth’ and authentic identity across the history of portraiture. We had some really fantastic discussion and looked at portraitsContinue reading “Truth in Portraiture: Nairn Book & Arts Festival”
This weekend I led a session at the Princes Trust Institute Art Enrichment Residential on Rethinking Medical Photography. It’s always a fantastic experience to work with the PTI, because you get to work with teachers and consider how to get students engaged at all different year levels in the history of art.
This spring and summer has been incredibly busy so I am putting several updates all in one place for you. First, coming up I am very exited to lead a session with Elmaz Soyal at the Princes Trust Institute Art Enrichment Residential in Downing College, Cambridge. If you are a teacher in the arts inContinue reading “Summer 2019 Update”