Introducing Palladian Design

New series of Tuesday evening introductory talks taking place across autumn 2015 with Palladian Design curators Charles Hind and Vicky Wilson.

Date

September 22 2015 • 6.30pm
to
December 15 2015 • 7.00pm

Contact

RIBA Public Programmes 020 7307 3699 talks@riba.org

venue

RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London W1B 1AD, London

Tickets

£5.00 Standard

£3.00 Students

£3.00 RIBA Members and Friends - TO BOOK PLACES SELECT FROM THE LINKS BELOW

PalIntroWEB

Tickets

£5.00 Standard

£3.00 Students

£3.00 RIBA Members and Friends - TO BOOK PLACES SELECT FROM THE LINKS BELOW

IMAGE: Church, South Carolina, by unknown American architect, (c) Walker Evans, 1936 .

From the US Capitol to a 21st century Somerset cowshed, 'Palladian Design: The Good, the Bad and the Unexpected' introduces Palladio’s design principles and explores how they have been interpreted, copied and re-imagined across time and continents from his death in 1580 to the present day. 

Discover more about the exhibition and the themes it raises through a new series of Tuesday evening introductory talks in autumn 2015 with curators Charles Hind and Vicky Wilson.

BOOKING

Please select from the dates and links below. All talks are priced £5/£3 and last 30 minutes.

Tuesday 22 September, 6.30 to 7pm
STANDARD BOOKING
RIBA MEMBER BOOKING
RIBA FRIENDS BOOKING

Tuesday 13 October, 6.30 to 7pm
STANDARD BOOKING
RIBA MEMBER BOOKING
RIBA FRIENDS BOOKING

Tuesday 20 October, 6.30 to 7pm
*PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED*

Tuesday 3 November, 6.30 to 7pm
*SOLD OUT*

Tuesday 17 November, 6.30 to 7pm
STANDARD BOOKING
RIBA MEMBER BOOKING
RIBA FRIENDS BOOKING

Tuesday 1 December, 6.30 to 7pm
STANDARD BOOKING
RIBA MEMBER BOOKING
RIBA FRIENDS BOOKING

Tuesday 15 December, 6.30 to 7pm
STANDARD BOOKING
RIBA MEMBER BOOKING
RIBA FRIENDS BOOKING

Part of a season of events inspired by Palladian Design – the Good, the Bad and the Unexpected.

The exhibition is generously supported by the Blavatnik Family Foundation, The Headley Trust and the American Friends of the British Architectural Library

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