19 June 2006 by Billy
Over the last few weeks, we’ve been recording talks and lectures held at the Lady Lever Art Gallery and the Walker Art Gallery. Some of these free talks and lectures are now available to download as audio files to be played on your computer or personal mp3 player. A podcast feed is also available for advanced users (as well as instructions on how to use these files!).
The first talks available are:
- Dr Paul O’Keeffe on a Chippendale commode (mp3 file)
- Dr Paul O’Keeffe on ‘Horse Frightened by a Lion’, George Stubbs (mp3 file/transcript/links)
- Dr Paul O’Keeffe recreating John Ruskin’s controversial 1851 lecture ‘Pre-Raphaelitism’ (mp3 file/links)
- Xanthe Brooke on ‘Danaid’, Auguste Rodin (mp3 file/transcript/links)
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