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· Events: Last of the 2010-2011 London Lecture Series.

The last two lectures in the 2010-2011 London Lecture Series take place this evening and next Friday evening in the J Z Young Lecture Theatre, Anatomy Building, Gower Street, London.  The lectures begin at 17.45 last an hour, followed by half an hour of questions. The  Institute’s lectures are free and open to the public. Please arrive early to be sure of a seat.

Tonight: Anthony O’Hear, ‘Reflections on Sculpture’.

Using Aristotle’s fourfold definition of causation, I intend to explore the distinctive qualities of sculpture as opposed to other art forms. My examples will range from the Ancient Greeks to the present day, and will include the use of sculpture in Medieval religious contexts.

Friday, 4 March: Kendall Walton, ‘Learning from Art’.

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