20th November 2002




Lecture nine in the University of Lincoln’s Visual Art: Antiquity to Circa 1600 series at the Usher Gallery will take place tomorrow (21st November).


The lecture series now enters the Renaissance period and tomorrow’s presentation will focus on the Renaissance in the South and will include a display of artefacts representing the styles from this period.


The lecture will be given by Dr John Lord, principal lecturer in Art History at the university’s Lincoln School of Art and Design.


The ‘Visual Arts: Antiquity to circa 1600’ series of lectures will continue until December and will cover the many and varied styles of art throughout the ages.


Next week’s lecture is entitled The Renaissance in the North.


“The Usher Gallery and City and County Museum have kindly provided real artefacts from the periods discussed which really adds potency to the lectures,” said Ian Waites, programmes leader for the History of Art and Design course.


The lecture series is open to the public and free of charge.  The presentations take place each Thursday at the Usher Gallery on Lindum Road, between 12.30pm and 1.30pm.


For further information please contact Janita Elton at the Usher Gallery on 01522 527980 or Dr John Lord at the University of Lincoln on 01522 895108.




For more information contact:


Gill Noakes, Press Assistant, University of Lincoln

Tel: 01522 886244 or Email: gnoakes@lincoln.ac.uk

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