‘Arts and Crafts Metalwork – A Brief History’ with Anthony Bernbaum

Info

Day & time
Thursday 21st July -7pm
Cost
Tickets via a donation
Venue
Virtually - via Zoom - a link will be sent to your email address prior to the event

Description

Join Anthony Bernbaum for this fascinating talk that will cover the origins of the arts and crafts metalwork social and design movement, the key participants and influences.  The talk will be highly illustrative of the movement’s work.

Anthony Bernbaum runs the specialist online gallery The Peartree Collection, focussing on arts and crafts and art nouveau silver and enamels.  Prior to founding his gallery in 2015, he had a thirty year career in financial services.  He has published a number of articles on Archibald Knox, Liberty’s Cymric silver, ceremonial trowels and Voysey’s aluminum clocks.  He organised and curated the Archibald Knox 150th anniversary exhibition at Olympia in 2014. He holds a BA from Cambridge University and an MBA with distinction from Insead Business School.

The talk lasts approximately one hour.

This is an online talk via Zoom. Please purchase your tickets below, one ticket per person.

Numbers for the talk are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.

A link for the event will be sent via email on the day of the event. All our events are UK time and our events are live and personal, so will not be recorded.

All money raised from our talks goes towards maintaining David Parr House – thank you for supporting us.

Booking

How much would you like to donate (per ticket)?

£

How many tickets would you like ?

89 available

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