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The changing Role of Women in the 19th century

Location
Picture Gallery
Date(s)
21/02/2018 (13:00-13:45)
Contact

Please contact the curator Laura MacCulloch on 01784 443 998

Description
Erinna

Erinna (1860) by Henry Stormonth Leifchild

Looking at paintings and sculptures from the art collection this tour by curator Laura MacCulloch explores the changing role of women in the 19th century. From mother and helpmate to independent professional our art collection charts the changes in the status of women that occurred throughout the century. The tour will visit the outdoor sculptures on campus so please bring a coat and umbrella in case of bad weather.

This event is free and there is no need to book but if you are coming by car please e-mail Laura MacCulloch to register your vehicle on the College parking system.

 


   
 
 
 

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