|OASA Programme for 2020|
|Feb 3||Stephen Duckworth||Edward Lear – his 9,000 landscape drawings and how he used them.|
|Mar 2||Emily Pott||Byzantine Fresco in the 21st Century: Old Techniques, New Spaces.|
|May 11||Dr Richard Ormond||Sargent and Spain|
|June 1||Tim Moreton||“A likeness pleases every body”: Portraits in fiction.|
|Oct 5||Dr Mallica Kumbera Landrus||Indian Temple Sculpture.|
|Nov 2||Dr Dillian Gordon||From Paris to Siena via Avignon? The enduring enigma of the Wilton Diptych.|
2 March:Byzantine Fresco in the 21st Century
Old Techniques, New Spaces: Dr Emily Pott
Dr Emily Pott is Director of Research Programmes at the Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Arts in London, a postgraduate arts college which encourages contemporary artists to research, learn and teach the arts of the past as living artforms.
11 May: Sargent and Spain: Richard Ormond
1 June: “A likeness pleases every body”
Portraits in fiction: Dr Tim Moreton
5 October: Indian Temple Sculpture: Dr Mallica Kumbera Landrus
2 November: From Paris to Siena via Avignon? The enduring enigma of the Wilton Diptych: Dr Dillian Gordon
Programme NotesLectures are held on Mondays, twice during each term.
They will be held in the Headley Lecture Theatre in the Ashmolean Museum, Lower ground floor, unless otherwise stated.
Lecture 5.45pm – 6.45pm
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Guests are welcome. £5.00 per person per lecture.
The Annual General Meeting of the Associates will take place on February 3rd 2020 – prior to the Lecture.