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Durham University

Centre for Visual Arts and Culture

Previous Events

Shedding Light on the Galilee

10th July 2014, 09:00 to 17:00, Priors Hall, Cathedral Close, Durham (entrance from North and South Bailey), Participants: Daniela Amadei (CSV), Laura Bertuccioli (CSV), John Crook, Peter Fane-Saunders (DU), Andy Monkman (DU), Iain Ruxton (S&M), Edmund Thomas (DU)

Thursday 10th July 2014:

Public Presentations

Participants: Daniela Amadei (CSV), Laura Bertuccioli (CSV), John Crook, Peter Fane-Saunders (DU), Andy Monkman (DU), Iain Ruxton (S&M), Edmund Thomas (DU)

Venue: Priors Hall, Cathedral Close, Durham (entrance from North and South Bailey)

Admission by ticket only (due to limited seating). Tickets can be obtained from the Gala Theatre, Durham (03000 266600), or on the day from the Department of Classics & Ancient History, 38 North Bailey (0191 3341691).

 

Presentations:

(1) General project context: architectural lighting in antiquity and Middle Ages (ET)

(2) Vitruvius’ basilica and its later history: new proposals for lighting (LB/DA)

(3) Vitruvius in Durham: transmission of the manuscript (ET)

(4) The Galilee in its medieval context: purpose, structure and lighting (JC)

(5) Organic lighting and its possibilities for reconstruction (AM/IR)

(6) Question and answer session

Thursday 10th July 2014:

Public Presentations

Participants: Daniela Amadei (CSV), Laura Bertuccioli (CSV), John Crook, Peter Fane-Saunders (DU), Andy Monkman (DU), Iain Ruxton (S&M), Edmund Thomas (DU)

Venue: Priors Hall, Cathedral Close, Durham (entrance from North and South Bailey)

Admission by ticket only (due to limited seating). Tickets can be obtained from the Gala Theatre, Durham (03000 266600), or on the day from the Department of Classics & Ancient History, 38 North Bailey (0191 3341691).

 

Presentations:

(1) General project context: architectural lighting in antiquity and Middle Ages (ET)

(2) Vitruvius’ basilica and its later history: new proposals for lighting (LB/DA)

(3) Vitruvius in Durham: transmission of the manuscript (ET)

(4) The Galilee in its medieval context: purpose, structure and lighting (JC)

(5) Organic lighting and its possibilities for reconstruction (AM/IR)

(6) Question and answer session