We have put together a series of Chad’s mini Zoom lectures for the month of June on Wednesdays 6 – 7pm. The format will be a 35/40 minute lecture followed by questions and conversation. Here’s the schedule:
- Wednesday June 3rd: J. R. Watson, Professor Emeritus, Durham University: The Voice of Philip Larkin.
- Wednesday June 10th: Martin Ward, Temple Chevalier Professor of Astronomy at Durham: Are We Alone in the Universe?
- Wednesday June 17th: Lucy Whelan, Art Historian and Visiting Fellow in the Centre for Visual Arts and Culture, Durham University: Seeing, hiding, and finding women in modern art: the case of Marthe Bonnard.
- Wednesday June 24th: Dr Chris Sparks, Chief Risk Officer, Atom Bank (title to be agreed)
This week’s lecture is by SCR member Dr Lucy Whelan who will be talking on:
Seeing, hiding, and finding women in modern art: the case of Marthe Bonnard
This talk asks how women have appeared in the history of modern art, introducing topics like the “male gaze”. It focuses in particular on the case of the modern artist Pierre Bonnard and his wife and model Marthe, whose life story and reputation has been systematically distorted and overlooked until now.
Join Chad’s Zoom Lecture
Wednesday 178th June 6 – 7pm
Meeting ID: 960 7116 2238 Password: 240987
You may also be interested to read about Dr Whelan’s work in this recent article: