London Renaissance Seminar: Charles I: Art, Legacy, Memory

When:
Venue: Keynes Library (Room 114), Birkbeck College School of Arts, 43 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PD
Booking details: No booking required

To coincide with the Royal Academy’s exhibition Charles I: King and Collector, this meeting of the London Renaissance Seminar will explore the political and cultural legacies of Charles I’s reign and its art, following the lives of his living heirs as well as of the art works he collected, and examining the period’s art forms on the streets as well as in court.

Speakers include: Jonathan Healey (Oxford), Angela McShane (Wellcome), Jason Peacey (UCL)

The London Renaissance Seminar is a forum for the discussion of all aspects of early modern history, literature, and culture. It meets regularly at Birkbeck School of Arts, 43 Gordon Square. Anyone with a serious interest in the Renaissance is welcome and no registration is necessary. For further information about LRS, contact Sue Wiseman (s.wiseman@bbk.ac.uk). To be placed on the LRS mailing list, contact Tom Healy (t.f.healy@sussex.ac.uk).