Thursday Lates: Dickens and the Artists

Thursday Lates
Thursday Lates
Thursday 7 February 2013
5.00pm - 9.00pm
FREE

Spatacus Chetwynd, The walk to Dover, detail The Derby Day, William Frith, detail

Thursday 7th February

Dickens and the Artists
6.30pm The Lecture Theatre

Dickens and the Artists is an illustrated talk by Mark Bills, who curated an exhibition on this theme last year at The Watts Gallery. His talk explores Dickens’ view of art and artists and the significant influence that his writings had upon the art of his age.

After the talk there will be an opportunity to see Art in Hard Times: The Walk to Dover by Spartacus Chetwynd and Victorian Paintings of Modern Life, with Rebecca Milner, Curator: Collections Access.

Booking

Booking is essential for this talk. Book tickets through Eventbrite. There is no fixed charge for the talk but a donation in support of Manchester Art Galleries' programmes is requested when booking.

Introduction to Food Foraging event with Jesper Launder
6.00-8.00pm The Restaurant

It's hard to imagine that winter and wild food might go hand in hand, however wild food expert, Jesper Launder, challenges you to re-think this assumption.
Jesper will introduce you to some wonderfully edible and visually satisfying seasonal wild food delights. From tasty young plant shoots, to edible roots, to health-giving gourmet wild mushrooms, this workshop offers an opening into the fascinating world of 'food for free'.

Booking

Booking is essential for this event. Book tickets through Eventbrite.
www.eventbrite.co.uk/event/5279390800
Tickets cost £6 each and places are limited.

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