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101 That Other Place: Art and Alzheimer's A short video about a recent exhibition of photography and film Helen Statham, Victoria McGuinness, Nicola Onions 28 Apr 2015
102 Art, Design and World War History of Art - Dr Claire O'Mahony Claire O'Mahony 15 Apr 2015
103 Humanities and Science: Representing Science An interdisciplinary discussion exploring the many possible approaches to representing science through the arts, as well as potential challenges Kirsten Shepherd-Barr, Heidi Johansen-Berg, Jason Gaiger, Annie Cattrell 17 Mar 2015
104 Observing by Hand: Sketching the Nebulae in the Nineteenth Century A discussion of Omar Nasim's book Omar Nasim, Stephen Johnston, Martin Kemp, Chris Lintott 16 Mar 2015
105 Wayne McGregor: Neuroscience and Dance Wayne McGregor (Director, Random Dance) talks about his choreographic practice with Dr Phil Barnard, (MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge) and Eckhard Thiemann (Arts Producer). Wayne McGregor, Phil Barnard, Eckhard Thiemann 16 Mar 2015
106 Shining Light on Medieval Manuscripts Prof. Andrew Beeby, Durham University and Keble Senior Academic Visitor, discusses his current project on the chemical analysis through Raman spectroscopy of Medieval manuscripts, and how his work can contribute to the historical record. Andrew Beeby 02 Mar 2015
107 The Art of Seeing Part of a free public seminar 'Thinking About the Brain' Chrystalina Antoniades 12 Feb 2015
108 Half a World: What unilateral neglect tells us about space and the brain Part of a free public seminar 'Thinking About the Brain' Glyn Humphreys 12 Feb 2015
109 Art, Illusions and the Visual Brain Part of a free public seminar 'Thinking About the Brain' Chris Kennard 12 Feb 2015
110 Creative Commons Mapping Nijinsky’s Cross - Cultural Legacy: Min Tanaka’ s Le Sacré du Printemps (1987) Igor Stravinsky’s Le Sacre du printemps is arguably the most influential score composed for dance in the last century. Lucy Weir 05 Dec 2014
111 D H Lawrence’s Rite In a notable scene from Women in Love (1920), D. H. Lawrence draws attention to the popularity of Diaghilev’s enterprise as representative of the avant garde in the arts in contemporary Britain. Sue Jones 05 Dec 2014
112 Creative Commons A Bardic Rite? Designing the Savoy Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream For a few nights in March 1914 if contemplating buying a theatre ticket in London, there was a brief chance when one could have seen Nijinsky dance at the Palace Theatre one night and the next the new Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Claire O'Mahony 05 Dec 2014
113 Creative Commons Divining the 1920s: Precious Body Image in Vaslav Nijinsky’s 1913 Ballets This paper examines the ways in which dancers’ body image in Vaslav Nijinsky’s 1913 ballets The Rite of Spring and Jeux looked forward to 1920s developments in ballet and fashion. Katerina Pantelides 05 Dec 2014
114 Creative Commons Disruption in Continuity: The Use of Ornament in The Rite of Spring Vaslav Nijinsky’s choreography for the Rite of Spring was structured by movement patterns based on simple geometrical forms – such as circles, triangles, lines and angles – which his dancers incorporated with their bodies and limbs. Alexander Schwan 05 Dec 2014
115 The First 'Date Painting': On Kawara at Altamira Session 1 paper for the Art out of Time: Challenging Periodization Symposium with Whitney Davis, (UC Berkeley and University of York) Whitney Davis, Hanneke Grootenboer 30 Oct 2014
116 Digital Sketchbooks: using tablets to support a museum art trip Adrian Brooks and Helen Ward, Ashmolean Museum, give a talk on how using iPads and tablet device in museums have helped improved student engagement during museum visits Adrian Brooks, Helen Ward 21 Oct 2014
117 Creative Commons Designed to Kill : The Difficult Study of Military Design Design is perceived by most as a positive concept meant to improve people lives. But it is first a means to answer efficiently a specific purpose. How can we morally accept that the act of killing led to the development of an important design industry? Marie-Anne Michaux 30 Sep 2014
118 Between the artist and the museum A symposium with Vik Muniz and Michael Govan (Chief Executive Officer and Wallis Annenberg Director, Los Angeles County Museum of Art) Chaired by Paul Hobson (Director, Modern Art Oxford) Vik Muniz, Michael Govan, Wallis Annenberg, Paul Hobson 11 Aug 2014
119 Class dismissed... Art, creativity and education A lecture by Vik Muniz, Humanitas Visiting Professor in Contemporary Arts Vik Muniz 11 Aug 2014
120 Creative Commons The Silent University Visible Award Ceremony 2013 The Silent University Visible Award Ceremony 2013 took place at the Oxford Department of International Development on 20 May 2014. Ahmet Öğüt, Silent University founder, was presented with the Visible Award, and various speakers contributed to the event. Dawn Chatty, Matteo Luchetti, Judith Wielander, Andrea Zegna 11 Aug 2014
121 Brushes 3 - Creating a visual masterpiece on an iPad Brushes 3 is a dynamic, versatile drawing app with many features that you would expect to find on a sophisticated photo editing package. Adrian explains how it can benefit student work and how to get started with making your own art. Adrian Brooks 23 Jul 2014
122 123d Catch - creating 3D images with an iPad or tablet 123d Catch is a piece of 3D modelling software that allows you to create high quality, rotating 3D images on an ipad by taking a series of pictures around the object. This short video explains how to get started. Adrian Brooks, Tim Dobson, Helen Ward 23 Jul 2014
123 Introduction - iPads as a learning and research tool In this short introductory video, Helen and Adrian outline the key aims of the series of films and start to explain how iPads and tablets can effectively be used in a museum visit or in a classroom. Adrian Brooks, Helen Ward 22 Jul 2014
124 Cinematically Challenged Mainstream Hollywood cinema, the dominant medium of the twentieth century, represented the disabled more fully than most minorities, but what (or who) are these images really about? Adam Mars-Jones 02 Jul 2014
125 Bodies of water Amy Sharrocks, Artist, filmmaker and sculptor, gives a talk forhe UBVO seminar series Amy Sharrocks 30 Jun 2014
126 Glassblowing: a beautiful, crucial, trade Watch glassblower Terri Adams in action as she creates scientific tools from the flames. Terri Adams 19 Jun 2014
127 Creative Commons Kelly Reichardt "In Conversation" Filmmaker and Humanitas Visiting Professor in Film and Television, Kelly Reichardt, in conversation about her films. Kelly Reichardt 12 Jun 2014
128 Michael Govan lecture - "A View from the Pacific: Re-envisioning the Art Museum" The Director of the Los Angeles County Museum gives a talk for the Humanitas Visiting Professorship in Museums, Galleries and Libraries. Chaired by Christopher Brown (Director, Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, Oxford). Michael Govan, Christopher Brown 28 May 2014
129 Creative Commons Spiders, yes, but why cats? Prof.Iain McGilchrist illustrates his argument by appeal to a number of paintings done by psychotic patients. He points to various commonalities between these paintings and speculates on the ways in which they support claims about the two hemispheres and Iain McGilchrist 07 May 2014
130 Creative Commons Core Course: Space: Approaches to Architecture This lecture forms part of series entitled 'Art History: Concepts and Methods', offered to second year Undergraduate and MSt History of Art students. Matthew Walker 06 May 2014
131 The Truth about Art 3 - Aesthetics Another ancient belief held that an art should be governed by rules. Patrick Doorly 11 Apr 2014
132 The Truth about Art 1 - Mystery or Mastery E.H. Gombrich famously observed that 'there really is no such thing as Art' (with a capital A). Patrick Doorly 11 Apr 2014
133 The Secret Mathematicians: the connections between maths and the arts - Marcus du Sautoy Professor Marcus du Sautoy (New College), Charles Simonyi Chair in the Public Understanding of Science, author and broadcaster gives a talk about the connections beween art and mathematics Marcus du Sautoy 15 Jan 2014
134 Maths in Music: The Secret Mathematicians - Marcus du Sautoy Professor Marcus du Sautoy (New College), Charles Simonyi Chair in the Public Understanding of Science, author and broadcaster gives a talk for the 2013 Oxford Alumni Weekend. Marcus du Sautoy 14 Jan 2014
135 Graduate Open Day at the Ruskin A short talk from Anthony Gardener, Director of Graduate Studies at the Ruskin School of Art about the Graduate programme at the Ruskin. Anthony Gardener 27 Nov 2013
136 The Five Pillars of Islam Yousef Jameel Curator of Islamic Art at the Ashmolean discusses The Five Pillars of Islam using objects from the Oxford University Museums. Dr Francesca Leoni 20 Nov 2013
137 Creative Commons 3. Art and Morality Sos Eltis gives the third lecture in the series on Oscar Wilde, focussing on Wilde's concept of morality shown in his works including the Picture of Dorian Gray, Lord Arthur Savile's Crime and The Devoted Friend. Sos Eltis 29 Oct 2013
138 Esmond Harmsworth Lecture 2013: Theater in the Age of Twitter The annual Esmond Harmsworth Lecture in American Arts and Letters, given in May 2013 by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Auburn. David Auburn 16 Oct 2013
139 The Secret Mathematicians Professor Marcus du Sautoy (New College), Charles Simonyi Chair in the Public Understanding of Science, author and broadcaster gives a talk for the 2013 Oxford Alumni Weekend. Marcus du Sautoy 08 Oct 2013
140 Imogen Cooper: Masterclass Humanitas Visiting Professorship in Classical Music and Music Education, Imogen Cooper, gives a piano masterclass to students. Imogen Cooper 17 Sep 2013
141 Creative Commons Sir Jonathan Mills - Art: The Great Conversation of Mankind The first in the Mansfield College lecture series for Hilary Term 2013, given in temporary Chapel at Mansfield College by Sir Jonathan Mills, artistic director of the Edinburgh International Festival. Sir Jonathan Mills 03 Sep 2013
142 Panel 2 Keynote Lecture - Preserves Second Keynote lecture for the Art Across the Black Diaspora: Visualizing Slavery in America An International Symposium. Debra Priestly 24 Jul 2013
143 Panel 4 Lecture 3 - Guyana, 1763 and 1960: Art, Memory and Modernism Panel 4 Lecture 3 - African American and Black Diasporic Visual Cultures in Comparative Perspective - Art Across the Black Diaspora: Visualizing Slavery in America An International Symposium. Leon Wainwright 24 Jul 2013
144 Panel 4 Lecture 2 - Could the Master's Tools Dismantle the Master's House? Panel 4 lecture 2 - African American and Black Diasporic Visual Cultures in Comparative Perspective - Art Across the Black Diaspora: Visualizing Slavery in America An International Symposium. Elvan Zabunyan 24 Jul 2013
145 Creative Commons Panel 4 Lecture 1: 'The Greatest Negro Monuments on Earth': Richmond Barthé's Memorials to Toussaint Louverture and Jean-Jacques Dessalines Panel 4- African American and Black Diasporic Visual Cultures in Comparative Perspective - Art Across the Black Diaspora: Visualizing Slavery in America An International Symposium. Hannah Durkin 24 Jul 2013
146 Special Lecture at Modern Art Oxford: Lost and Found at the Swop Meet: Betye Saar and the Everyday Object Special Lecture at Modern Art Oxford. Part of the Art Across the Black Diaspora: Visualizing Slavery in America An International Symposium. Lubaina Himid MBE 24 Jul 2013
147 Panel 2 Lecture 3 The After-Image: Frederick Douglass in Twentieth-Century Black Visual Culture Panel 2, Lecture 3 - The Histories, Narratives, and Legacies of Transatlantic Slavery - Art Across the Black Diaspora: Visualizing Slavery in America An International Symposium. Zoe Trodd 24 Jul 2013
148 Creative Commons Panel 2 lecture 2 Uncle Tom and the Problem of 'Soft' Resistance to Slavery Panel 2, Lecture 2 The Histories, Narratives, and Legacies of Transatlantic Slavery - Art Across the Black Diaspora: Visualizing Slavery in America An International Symposium. David Bindman 24 Jul 2013
149 Creative Commons Panel 2 Lecture 1 Slavery, Literature, and the Image of the African American Woman as Public Record Panel 2, Lecture 1 The Histories, Narratives, and Legacies of Transatlantic Slavery - Art Across the Black Diaspora: Visualizing Slavery in America An International Symposium. Fionnghuala Sweeney 24 Jul 2013
150 Creative Commons Panel 1 Lecture 3 - Getting into Character: Encounters with 'Tricksterism' in Contemporary Depictions of the American Slave Plantation Panel 1, Lecture 3 Theorizing Black Diasporic Visual Cultures - Art Across the Black Diaspora: Visualizing Slavery in America An International Symposium. Keith Piper 24 Jul 2013
151 Creative Commons Panel 1 Lecture 2 Playing In the Dark (with the Archive): African Atlantic Artists and Radical Interventions Panel 1, Lecture 2 Theorizing Black Diasporic Visual Cultures - Art Across the Black Diaspora: Visualizing Slavery in America An International Symposium. Alan Rice 24 Jul 2013
152 Panel 1 Keynote Lecture - What goes without saying Panel 1, Lecture 1 Theorizing Black Diasporic Visual Cultures - Art Across the Black Diaspora: Visualizing Slavery in America An International Symposium. Hank Willis Thomas 24 Jul 2013
153 Creative Commons Shot at Dawn How a contemporary photographer is addressing one of the conflict's most sensitive topics. Chloe Dewe Matthews 18 Jul 2013
154 Creative Commons Clothing Eros: The Erotic Potentials of Dress Judith Clark and Adam Phillips in conversation with Frances Corner on The Concise Dictionary of Dress, erotic potentials of fashion, and the idiosyncratic collaboration between a costume curator and a psychoanalyst. Judith Clark, Adam Phillips, Frances Corner 04 Jul 2013
155 Picasso: Passions and Politics British Art Historian and Picasso Biographer Sir John Richardson in conversation with Gijs van Hensbergen. Sir John Richardson, Gijs van Hensbergen 04 Jul 2013
156 Creative Commons Performance - interpretation or identification? Symposium Symposium with Imogen Cooper actor, Simon Callow, musicologist, Professor Eric Clarke and Professor Jason Stanyek. Imogen Cooper, Simon Callow, Eric Clarke, Jason Stanyek 28 May 2013
157 Creative Commons The Hidden Power of the Re-Creative Process in Music Imogen Cooper, 'Recognized worldwide as a pianist of virtuosity and poetic poise', gives a lecture for the Humanitas lecture series on Classical Music and Music Education. Imogen Cooper 28 May 2013
158 Creative Commons Pictures and Texts A symposium with William Kentridge, Ivo Mesquita and Estrella de Diego Otero, chaired by Shearer West on Thursday 9 May 2013 in the Grove Auditorium, Magdalen College, Oxford. William Kentridge, Ivo Mesquita, Estrella de Diego Otero, Shearer West 28 May 2013
159 Creative Commons Thinking on one's feet and Museums: experience versus numbers Double inaugural lecture with William Kentridge and Ivo Mesquita, chaired by Seamus Perry. William Kentridge, Ivo Mesquita, Seamus Perry 28 May 2013
160 The Hobbit at the Bodleian: World Book Day 2010 Judith Priestman, curator of literary manuscripts at the Bodleian library, discusses the World Book Day 2010 Tolkien exhibition, at which a selection of J.R.R. Tolkien's original artwork for The Hobbit, was on display to the public. Judith Priestman 22 May 2013
161 The Spanish Golden Age A session chaired by Dr Frances Lannon that examines this period of flourishing arts and literature in Spain, which coincided with the political rise and subsequent decline of the Spanish Habsburg dynasty. Frances Lannon, John Elliott, Jonathan Thacker 22 May 2013
162 Xu Bing: Documentary A short documentary about artist Xu Bing, created by the Ashmolean Museum for Art and Archaeology. Xu Bing 07 May 2013
163 Creative Commons Xu Bing: The Kind of Artist I Am Chinese Artist Xu Bing gives a talk on the subject of his art and the kind of artist he is. Xu Bing 22 Apr 2013
164 Creative Commons Xu Bing: The Kind of Artist I Am Chinese Artist Xu Bing gives a talk on the subject of his art and the kind of artist he is. Xu Bing 22 Apr 2013
165 Creative Commons Bygone Glories and Frivolous Pleasures: The Rococo Revival and National Identity in Austrian and Hungarian Art, 1840-1860 Part of the East and Est-Central Europe Seminar series. Dr Nóra Veszprémi (Cantemir Fellow, Budapest) gives a talk on art and identity in Austria and Hungary in the mid 19th Century. Nóra Veszprémi 24 Jan 2013
166 Creative Commons Image Matching on Printed Images in Bodleian Collections Giles Bergel and Andrew Zisserman from the Broadside Ballad Connections project demonstrate new image matching software that allows researchers to track images across early forms of printed literature. Visit http://ballads.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/. Giles Bergel, Andrew Zisserman, Relja Arandjelovic 13 Dec 2012
167 Creative Commons Wartime Art and Grief German women and the aesthetics of loss portrayed through art during the First World War. Claudia Siebrecht 10 Dec 2012
168 Creative Commons After Cool Japan: Contemporary Art in the Post-Bubble, Post-Disaster Society Professor Adrian Favell, (Professor of Sociology, Centre d'études européennes Sciences Po, France) gives a talk for the Nissan Japan Studies seminar series. Adrian Favell 05 Nov 2012
169 Creative Commons Christopher Brown and Malcom Rogers in conversation Malcolm Rogers and Dr Brown, the Director of the Ashmolean Museum, will discuss and compare their experiences of overseeing the extensive renovations of the Ashmolean Museum and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Christopher Brown, Malcom Rogers 19 Jun 2012
170 Creative Commons Malcolm Rogers: The Art Museum in the 21st Century Malcolm Rogers (Ann and Graham Gund Director, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston) delivers a lecture as Visiting Professor in Museums Galleries and Libraries. Malcolm Rogers 19 Jun 2012
171 Not Vital: Art is Global International artist, Not Vital, gives a talk about his art and his work. Not Vital 13 Dec 2011
172 Realism Dr Catherine Brown, English Faculty, Oxford, gives a lecture exploring the nature of realism in verbal and visual art. Catherine Brown 08 Nov 2011
173 Global Humanities Showcase Shearer West, Rana Mitter, Helen Wanatabe-O'Kelly and Eugene Rogan give presentations showcasing the research being done in the Oxford Humanities Division. Shearer West, Rana Mitter, Helen Wanatabe-O'Kelly, Eugene Rogan 05 Oct 2011
174 Creative Commons Humanities in Partnership withe Science: The World of Art on the Web Professor Donna Kurtz gives a talk for the Oxford Humanities Research Showcase conference held on 11th July 2011. Donna Kurtz 24 Aug 2011
175 Creative Commons The Changing face of Art Journalism (1945-2011) Peter Aspden, Arts Writer, Financial Times, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute on 22nd June 2011. Peter Aspden 19 Jul 2011
176 CLAROS - A virtual art collection Introducing the CLAROS project. The CLAROS project is a virtual art collection that links togther the online galleries of six museums from four different european countries. Donna Kurtz, Sebastian Rahtz 05 Jul 2011
177 Creative Commons Between Collectivism and Individualism The Reflection of the Israeli-German Relationship in Israeli Dance from the 1970s till Nowadays. Dana Mills, DPhil candidate in Political Theory, University of Oxford gives a talk for the OTJR seminar series, introduced by Phil Clark. Dana Mills 29 Jun 2011
178 CLAROS - A virtual Greek and Roman Art collection CLAROS is an international federation of European universities, museums and archives led by Oxford. 2,000,000 records and images of Greek and Roman art held at six sites in four European countries are linked virtually, using semantic web tools. Donna Kurtz, Sebastian Rahtz 29 Jun 2011
179 The museums and the artist A symposium with Glenn D. Lowry, Thomas Struth (Artist), Neil MacGregor (Director, The British Museum) and Penelope Curtis (Director, Tate Britain) held at the Said Business School on 5th May 2011. Glenn D. Lowry, Thomas Struth, Neil MacGregor, Penelope Curtis 08 Jun 2011
180 The abodes of the muses: theorising the modern art museum Glenn D. Lowry, Director of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, gives a talk on Museums for the Humanitas - Visiting Professorships at the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge series. Glenn D Lowry 06 Jun 2011
181 Worldliness, Citiness, Postcolonial Life and Thinking from the South Achille Mbembe, Professor of Social Theory, University of Stellenbosch, gives the second 2011 Africa Studies Annual lecture on 26th May 2011. Achille Mbembe 01 Jun 2011
182 'City, Art, Motion: Rethinking the "Now" in Johannesburg' (Annual Lecture 2011) Sarah Nuttal, Research Professor, Department of English, University of Stellenbosch, gives the first 2011 African Studies Annual Lecture on 26th May 2011. Sarah Nuttal 01 Jun 2011
183 Creative Commons Slade Lectures 2010: Week 8: Walking distance from the studio: cities, maps, and myths Eighth and final Slade Lecture in Surrealism and Art History given by Dawn Ades, Professor of Art History and Theory at Essex University on 10th March 2010. Dawn Ades 18 Apr 2011
184 Creative Commons Slade Lectures 2010: Week 7: Transnational Surrealism: Tropiques and the role of the little magazine Seventh lecture in the Slade lecture series on Surrealism and Art History given by Dawn Ades, Professor of Art History and Theory at Essex University on 3rd March 2010. Dawn Ades 18 Apr 2011
185 Creative Commons Slade Lectures 2010: Week 6: Monuments and ruins: Surrealism and archaeology in the New World Sixth lecture in the Slade lecture series on Surrealism and Art given by Dawn Ades, Professor of Art History and Theory at Essex University on 24th February 2010. Dawn Ades 18 Apr 2011
186 Creative Commons Slade Lectures 2010: Week 5: Poetry, politics, and sexuality: Surrealism in Latin America Fifth lecture in the Slade lecture series given by Dawn Ades, Professor of Art History and Theory at Essex University in Surrealism and Art History on 17th February 2010. Dawn Ades 18 Apr 2011
187 Creative Commons Slade Lectures 2010: Week 4: The experimental demonstration of critical paranoia: Salvador Dalí's The Tragic Myth of Millet's Angelus Fourth Slade lecture from Dawn Ades, Professor of Art History and Theory at Essex University, given on 10th February 2010. Dawn Ades 18 Apr 2011
188 Creative Commons Slade Lectures 2010: Week 3: Beyond art: 'the enemy within', Georges Bataille and Documents Dawn Ades, Professor of Art History and Theory at Essex University, gives the third lecture in the Slade lecture series on Surrealism and Art History. Dawn Ades 18 Apr 2011
189 Creative Commons Slade Lectures 2010: Week 2: Beyond painting: collage, objects, installations Dawn Ades, Professor of Art History and Theory at Essex University gives the second Slade lecture in Surrealism and Art History on 27th January 2010. Dawn Ades 18 Apr 2011
190 Creative Commons Slade Lectures 2010: Week 1: Automatism and chance: Surrealist strategies and their legacies in contemporary art and film Dawn Ades, Professor of Art History and Theory at Essex University, gives the first Slade lecture in Surrealism and Art History on 20th January 2010. Dawn Ades 18 Apr 2011
191 Creative Commons 9. Creativity Lesson 8. Invention! Stephen Farthing 24 Mar 2011
192 Creative Commons 8. Field Notes Lesson 7. Strategies for collecting information and recording ideas as an aid to memory. Stephen Farthing 24 Mar 2011
193 Creative Commons 7. With Colour Lesson 6. The most complex form of drawing. Starting with a pencil outline, the drawing is developed with a brush in clearly defined layers. Stephen Farthing 24 Mar 2011
194 Creative Commons 6. Measured Drawing Lesson 5. Making a drawing that is dependent for its success on mathematical accuracy. Stephen Farthing 24 Mar 2011
195 Creative Commons 5. Making a Livelier Drawing Lesson 4. Making a livelier drawing, where the line and tone have an energy because they have been applied at speed with a brush. Stephen Farthing 24 Mar 2011
196 Creative Commons 4. Toned Paper Lesson 3. How toned paper can be used to provide the mid-tone in a drawing, which records where light and shade fall as a means of picturing an object. Stephen Farthing 24 Mar 2011
197 Creative Commons 3. The Edge of the Pencil Lesson 2. We use tone, light, dark and the shades in-between to create illusions of volume and depth. Stephen Farthing 24 Mar 2011
198 Creative Commons 2. The Tip of the Pencil Lesson 1. We use line to define spaces and things. It is not a question of magically getting the line right first time, but of first turning a contour into a line, and then systematically correcting that line until it looks right. Stephen Farthing 24 Mar 2011
199 Creative Commons 1. Introduction to the Elements of Drawing Stephen Farthing R.A. presents eight practical drawing classes using John Ruskin's teaching collections to explain the basic principles of drawing. Stephen Farthing 24 Mar 2011
200 Creative Commons 8. Defining Art James Grant, lecturer in philosophy, University of Oxford gives his eight and final lecture in the Aesthetics series on Defining Art. James Grant 15 Mar 2011