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Session 5 from 40 Years On: the Domain of Design History - Looking Back Looking Forward

Chair: Penny Sparke, Kingston University

Art School, University, Museum and Public Sphere: Finding a space for Design History in the UK today:

Chris Breward, Edinburgh College of Art

Drawing on personal experience this presentation reflects on developments in the study and reception of design history across the educational and cultural sector in contemporary Britain.

Sessions 3 and 4 from 40 Years On: the Domain of Design History - Looking Back Looking Forward

Disseminating Modern Architecture and Design
Chair: Linda Sandino, V&A/Camberwell College of Art

Session 2 from 40 Years On: the Domain of Design History - Looking Back Looking Forward

Chair: Jeremy Aynsley, Brighton University

Dodging the Canons and seeking 'relevance' in the 'Real World:
Barry Curtis, Royal College of Art

Barry Curtis relates his experience of teaching Design History on the pioneering MA in the subject at Middlesex Polytechnic, later University.

Session 1 from 40 Years On: the Domain of Design History - Looking Back Looking Forward
 

Chair: Elizabeth McKellar, Open University

A305 a real adventure in multimedia:
Tim Benton, Open University & Nick Levinson, ex-BBC

In this session, Tim Benton (course team chair of A305) and Nick Levinson (Series Producer) discuss some of the challenges and opportunities presented by teaching the history of architecture and design in a distance learning context. 

Angeliki Lymberopoulou: El Greco, a Cretan painter?

 Cretan painter? video

Recorded on 21 May 2014, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid, as part of the International Symposium on El Greco, to mark 400 years since his death (1541, Candia – 1614, Toledo).

Leah R Clark's seminar on the mobility of objects in court culture

On the publication of his book Martha Rosler, The Bowery in two inadequate descriptive systems Professor Steve Edwards interviews artist Martha Rosler. This talk was held at the Whitechapel Gallery, London, Friday 11 July, 2014.

Professor Gill Perry studies 18th-century female portraiture, and its relationship with performance and masquerade. Issues of femininity and celebrity are explored in Gill's research. If you are unable to see this recording on your device, please follow this link to watch 'The importance of women in celebrity culture'.

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