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Colourful lectures for autumn

Arpeggi | REZ | silvered by Chuck Elliott

Arpeggi | REZ | silvered by Chuck Elliott

Press release issued: 18 October 2010

C├ęzanne, synaesthesia and sensory design are just some of the subjects covered by the Autumn Art Lectures at the University of Bristol which this year take colour as their theme. The series starts on Tuesday 19 October and runs for six consecutive Tuesdays at 6pm in the Reception Room of the Wills Memorial Building.

The series of lectures starts on Tuesday 19 October and runs for six consecutive Tuesdays at 6pm in the Reception Room of the Wills Memorial Building, Queens Road, University of Bristol.  Entry to the lectures is free, everyone is welcome and no pre-booking is required.

19 October 2010: Chromophobia: ten years on - David Batchelor, Royal College of Art

26 October 2010Cézanne's colour: mother or other - Professor Paul Smith, History of Art, University of Warwick

02 November 2010: The colour of music: synaesthesia, music and art - Dr Simon Shaw-Miller, Head of the Department of History of Art Screen Media, Birkbeck College

09 November 2010: Colour, sensory design and lighting for environments - Professor Hilary Dalke, Professor of Design, Director, Design Research Centre, Kingston University

16 November 2010: Indigo: more than colour - Dr Jenny Balfour Paul, Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies, University of Exeter

23 November 2010: Cinematic creativity in a settler society: colour, light and representation in New Zealand cinema - Professor Duncan Petrie, Department of Theatre, Film and Television, University of York

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