Walter Segal: Self-Built Architect

John McKean and Alice Grahame, authors of a brand new book about Walter Segal (1907-85), will discuss the life and work of this influential German-born architect, who settled in the UK in 1936.

Walking Tour – Modernist Hampstead

In this walking tour discover the revolutionary Modernist homes and idealistic architecture built in Hampstead in the 1930s onwards.

£9.00 – £12.00

Passion (1940-45): Representing the Holocaust

Sidney Nolan Trust, The Rodd Presteigne, LD8 2LL Sidney Nolan TrustThe Rodd Presteigne,

This lecture will set the powerful Colour of the Sky - Auschwitz Paintings by Sidney Nolan on view at The Rodd from 13 August in a broader context

Insights into Metzger’s practice and life

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Jo Joelson, artist, writer and co-founder of artistic duo London Fieldworks shares insights into Gustav Metzger's practice


Susannah Wise: This Fragile Earth

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Susannah Wise in conversation with playwright Amy Rosenthal about the lived experience of inherited trauma and her much-praised debut novel, This Fragile Earth


Tales of Internment – Sonia Lambert

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Sonia will discuss the influence on her own writing of some of the accounts written by Jewish refugees interned by the British in 1940

Tribute to Klaus Hinrichsen

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Jacquie Richardson will then be in conversation Simon Parkin, about the key role Hinrichsen played in the rich intellectual and artistic life of Hutchinson Camp on the Isle of Man

Music behind Barbed Wire

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Norbert Meyn and Michael Holden introduce the remarkably rich musical life of the British internment camps, and perform some of the works created there. Joined by Eva Fox-Gál, daughter of composer Hans Gál, whose internment diary was published under the title Music behind Barbed Wire.