Monday, 12th December 2016, 7.30pm.
Sally Dormer will give a lecture for the Lincoln Decorative and Fine Arts Society examining the Medieval origins of many familiar images associated with the Christmas story, and using a diverse range of source material, including illuminated manuscripts, portal sculpture, liturgical vestments and stained glass.
Dr Dormer teaches and lectures extensively, including at the Victoria & Albert Museum, for two American universities, and is association with the Art Fund, as well as NADFAS.
Guests are welcome, although the society appreciates a donation of £5 towards meeting costs and notification of guest attendance should be given prior to the meeting to the Membership Secretary.
The lecture will take place in the lecture theatre in the Robert Hardy Building at Bishop Grosseteste College, Longdales Road, Lincoln, LN1 3DY.
For more details, visit the Lincoln Decorative and Fine Arts Society website.