A lecture exploring the ways in which art influenced Hardy's writing

The Influence of Art Upon Thomas Hardy the Writer

A Lecture Exploring the ways in which Art influenced Hardy's Writing by Pamela Simpson

Saturday 20th July, 2.00pm - 3.30pm, Uplyme Village Hall

Thomas Hardy was interested in art from early age, he was an amateur artist and architect himself; the lecture explores the way in which art influenced his writing, he was friends with artists in London and was inspired by the subject matter of painting when he wrote.

Pam Simpson MA, is a professional Art and Design historian who teaches at Bath Spa University and London College of Fashion as an Associate Lecturer. She has spent the majority of her 30 year career in London art colleges, where she worked full time as a Senior Lecturer, for 20 years at Middlesex University. She has given a series of lectures at the Royal College of Art in 2015, to practice based Phd students. Since giving up full time work in London, as she lives in West Dorset, Pam has been running courses and study days and giving public lectures in Dorset.

To book: contact Pam Simpson on:    chris.pamsimpson@btinternet.com    or tel: 01300 321715.
  

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