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Frances Spalding

Forthcoming Events

Forthcoming events for Frances Spalding include two keynote lectures, at the conference being held by Tate St Ives in Cornwall, in connection with the Virginia Woolf exhibition, during the weekend of the 26–28 April 2018, and at the University of Nottingham at the ‘Biography and Public History’, conference being held in the Music Department on the 20–21 June 2018.

She is also giving a lunchtime talk on the context around Sean Scully’s student work at the Hatton Gallery, Newcastle, on Friday the 11 May 2018.

She takes part in a panel discussion about John Piper and his work, at Warwick University’s Mead Gallery on the 5 June 2018, and about Piper’s involvement with the making of sacred spaces at All Saints Church, Clifton, Bristol, on the 9 June at 4pm.

In July she is giving a lecture on ‘Virginia Woolf, Three Guineas, and the Spanish Civil War’, for Literature Cambridge study week on ‘Woolf and Politics’.

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