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Durham University

Centre for Visual Arts and Culture

Previous Events

List of months

Monday 24 April 2017

Exhibition of the works of Jonathan Parker

Until 11:55pm, Trevelyan College

CVAC is working with Trevelyan College and Auckland Castle on a symposium and exhibition of the works of Jonathan Parker. If you are interested in the artist, or more generally, in portraiture (particularly portraits of College Principals and/or Prince Bishops), the Auckland Zurbaráns, the Trevelyan family, or the history of Trevelyan College, do please contact a.m.beresford@durham.ac.uk

Paintings will be exhibited initially at Trevelyan before heading to Bishop Auckland Town Hall. Contributions are invited on the content and format of the exhibition (which is likely to include loans from Auckland Castle and the Durham Colleges), the symposium, and the exhibition catalogue. Depending on uptake, we may also be producing a short edited book.


Tuesday 25 April 2017

Exhibition of the works of Jonathan Parker

Until 11:55pm, Trevelyan College

CVAC is working with Trevelyan College and Auckland Castle on a symposium and exhibition of the works of Jonathan Parker. If you are interested in the artist, or more generally, in portraiture (particularly portraits of College Principals and/or Prince Bishops), the Auckland Zurbaráns, the Trevelyan family, or the history of Trevelyan College, do please contact a.m.beresford@durham.ac.uk

Paintings will be exhibited initially at Trevelyan before heading to Bishop Auckland Town Hall. Contributions are invited on the content and format of the exhibition (which is likely to include loans from Auckland Castle and the Durham Colleges), the symposium, and the exhibition catalogue. Depending on uptake, we may also be producing a short edited book.


Bowes Lecture Series to accompany 'Only in England' exhibition: Simon Ward 'Not Only in England: Non-conformist Documentary Photography both sides of the Iron Curtain in the 1970's and 1980's'

2:30pm, The Bowes Museum , Dr Simon Ward

About the speaker

Dr Simon Ward is a Senior Lecturer at Durham University where he teaches German literature and visual culture. He has most recently published Urban Memory and Visual Culture in Berlin (Amsterdam University Press, 2016).

More information from the Bowes Museum.


Wednesday 26 April 2017

Exhibition of the works of Jonathan Parker

Until 11:55pm, Trevelyan College

CVAC is working with Trevelyan College and Auckland Castle on a symposium and exhibition of the works of Jonathan Parker. If you are interested in the artist, or more generally, in portraiture (particularly portraits of College Principals and/or Prince Bishops), the Auckland Zurbaráns, the Trevelyan family, or the history of Trevelyan College, do please contact a.m.beresford@durham.ac.uk

Paintings will be exhibited initially at Trevelyan before heading to Bishop Auckland Town Hall. Contributions are invited on the content and format of the exhibition (which is likely to include loans from Auckland Castle and the Durham Colleges), the symposium, and the exhibition catalogue. Depending on uptake, we may also be producing a short edited book.


Thursday 27 April 2017

Exhibition of the works of Jonathan Parker

Until 11:55pm, Trevelyan College

CVAC is working with Trevelyan College and Auckland Castle on a symposium and exhibition of the works of Jonathan Parker. If you are interested in the artist, or more generally, in portraiture (particularly portraits of College Principals and/or Prince Bishops), the Auckland Zurbaráns, the Trevelyan family, or the history of Trevelyan College, do please contact a.m.beresford@durham.ac.uk

Paintings will be exhibited initially at Trevelyan before heading to Bishop Auckland Town Hall. Contributions are invited on the content and format of the exhibition (which is likely to include loans from Auckland Castle and the Durham Colleges), the symposium, and the exhibition catalogue. Depending on uptake, we may also be producing a short edited book.


Friday 28 April 2017

Exhibition of the works of Jonathan Parker

Until 11:55pm, Trevelyan College

CVAC is working with Trevelyan College and Auckland Castle on a symposium and exhibition of the works of Jonathan Parker. If you are interested in the artist, or more generally, in portraiture (particularly portraits of College Principals and/or Prince Bishops), the Auckland Zurbaráns, the Trevelyan family, or the history of Trevelyan College, do please contact a.m.beresford@durham.ac.uk

Paintings will be exhibited initially at Trevelyan before heading to Bishop Auckland Town Hall. Contributions are invited on the content and format of the exhibition (which is likely to include loans from Auckland Castle and the Durham Colleges), the symposium, and the exhibition catalogue. Depending on uptake, we may also be producing a short edited book.


Jonathan Parker Symposium

9:00am to 8:00pm, Trevelyan College

Saturday 29 April 2017

Exhibition of the works of Jonathan Parker

Until 11:55pm, Trevelyan College

CVAC is working with Trevelyan College and Auckland Castle on a symposium and exhibition of the works of Jonathan Parker. If you are interested in the artist, or more generally, in portraiture (particularly portraits of College Principals and/or Prince Bishops), the Auckland Zurbaráns, the Trevelyan family, or the history of Trevelyan College, do please contact a.m.beresford@durham.ac.uk

Paintings will be exhibited initially at Trevelyan before heading to Bishop Auckland Town Hall. Contributions are invited on the content and format of the exhibition (which is likely to include loans from Auckland Castle and the Durham Colleges), the symposium, and the exhibition catalogue. Depending on uptake, we may also be producing a short edited book.


Sunday 30 April 2017

Exhibition of the works of Jonathan Parker

Until 11:55pm, Trevelyan College

CVAC is working with Trevelyan College and Auckland Castle on a symposium and exhibition of the works of Jonathan Parker. If you are interested in the artist, or more generally, in portraiture (particularly portraits of College Principals and/or Prince Bishops), the Auckland Zurbaráns, the Trevelyan family, or the history of Trevelyan College, do please contact a.m.beresford@durham.ac.uk

Paintings will be exhibited initially at Trevelyan before heading to Bishop Auckland Town Hall. Contributions are invited on the content and format of the exhibition (which is likely to include loans from Auckland Castle and the Durham Colleges), the symposium, and the exhibition catalogue. Depending on uptake, we may also be producing a short edited book.