British Art Talks: Speakers Q&A

  • 29 June 2020

The Paul Mellon Centre has now released seven episodes of a new podcast series, British Art Talks, which are permanently available across our website, Spotify and Apple Podcasts. Each episode features new research and aims to enhance and expand knowledge of British art and architecture.

Listeners are now invited to pose any questions they have related to the podcasts to the speakers. To take part, send in any questions by midday on the dates below and the answers will be published on social media and our website on the following Friday:

"What Will Survive of Us Is Love": Memory and Emotion in Late-Medieval England
Jessica Barker
Thursday 2 July

William Etty and the Classical Body
Mary Beard & Cora Gilroy-Ware
Thursday 9 July

The English Carthusians and the Art of Abstinence
Julian Luxford
Thursday 16 July

Hard Times and Late Victorian Art
Alex Potts
Thursday 23 July

"Things in Their Natural Surroundings": Marketing the British Country House as Home
Kate Retford
Thursday 30 July

Exploring London’s Art Scene in the 1960s
Lisa Tickner and Mark Hallett
Thursday 6 August

The Medicinal Garden
Clare Hickman, Claire Preston & Carole Rawcliffe
Thursday 13 August

Submit questions via the PMC’s Twitter, Facebook or send via email to [email protected].