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Northern Society of Chartered Accountants

At the heart of northern business since 1882

Northern Society semi & retired lunch – Getting Paid – the Relationship between Artists and their Patrons in the Renaissance and Victorian Periods.

Date: 3 December 2015 12.30 for 13:00

Type: Social and Networking

Organiser: NorSCA

Join fellow retired and semi-retired members for lunch and a talk just before Christmas.

After lunch we will hear a talk from Dr Gail Nina-Anderson titled ‘Getting Paid – the Relationship between Artists and their Patrons in the Renaissance and Victorian Periods.’

The production of art isn’t just a matter of creative impulse and imagination – it’s also a business. By comparing two popular and well-documented areas of art historical research, the Italian Renaissance and the Victorian period, this talk aims to illustrate the way that art was commissioned and bought, the significance of reputation, exhibition and status, and the all-important role of the person who paid for it

CABA has kindly agreed to sponsor the event and the charge represents a subsidised cost.

The cost of the event is £15.00 and includes a 2 course lunch and glass of wine.

To book please contact Joanne Lucking joanne.lucking@icaew.com or call 0191 300 0532

 

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Venue

Northern Counties Club

Address:
Northern Counties Club,
11 Hood Street,
Newcastle upon Tyne,
NE1 6LH

Tel No: 0191 232 2744

Speaker

Dr Gail-Nina Anderson

Dr. Gail-Nina Anderson is a cultural historian and lecturer who has worked at most local venues, from the Universities of Newcastle, Northumbria and Sunderland to the Tyneside Cinema.  She currently runs independent courses on art history and literature, writes for The Crack and contributes to the public lecture programme (and ghost story readings) at the Lit and Phil.

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