Rowena Loverance to Open Art Lecture Series

Rowena LoveranceThe Immanent, Transcendent and Absent
Visualising the Divine begins Thursday 11 April

Rowena Loverance has written several books on the relationship between religion and the visual arts including Christian Art (British Museum Press, 2007) and The British Museum Christ (British Museum Press, 2004). She is a freelance writer and e-learning consultant and previously head of e-learning at The British Museum and co-president of Churches Together in England (1997-2002). She currently writes for the National Museums Online Learning Project and is a trustee of Culture 24, the UK’s principal online cultural publisher.

Other lectures in the Visualising the Divine series include:

  • Explorations of Christian art in a post-modern world with Sophie Hacker
  • Visualisations of the divine in painting and sculpture with Dori Rockefeller
  • Visualising the divine at the movies: a look at 20th and 21st century film with Colin Greene

The lectures are on consecutive Thursday evenings from 7pm to 9pm.
£30 for the series or £8 per lecture. Full details on Visualising the Divine can be found on our course page.

Contact Alison Ogden for booking enquiries
aogden@sarum.ac.uk | 01722 424826

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