Illuminating the Past: A Workshop on the Making and Meaning of Gothic Colour 16th June 2016

clerecia150Eastridge Hospital Canterbury, 16th June 2016

Illuminating the Past is an informal sharing of research.  Included in the day’s activities are a series of exciting talks led by graduates and early career scholars, demonstrations on the making and use of medieval colour, an exhibition including objects from The Beaney and interactive activities.

It’s hard to think of a better setting as the event will take place inside Eastridge Hospital Canterbury, a 12th-c pilgrims’ residence right in the centre of town (with breaks and drinks taking place in the beautiful Greyfriars’ garden).

Please feel free to drop in at any time during the day between 9.30am -5pm without booking. However, attendance for the talks needs to be pre-booked. In order to do this, and to view the talks programme, please visit:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/illuminating-the-past-a-workshop-on-the-making-meaning-of-gothic-colour-tickets-24988550427?aff=es2

Dr Jayne Wackett, AHRC Cultural Engagement Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Kent

 

 

 

 

 

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