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Sikh Arts and Heritage Lecture Series
April to November 2002

The Victoria and Albert Museum presents the second series of lectures on Sikh arts and heritage. The lecture series provides a valuable forum within which to study and learn more about various aspects of Sikh heritage. The 2002 series covers a diversity of topics such as photography, architecture and Panjabi textile traditions.

Lecture fees and booking information
The fee for each lecture is:
£7.50 adults
£2.50 students and OAPs
The ticket price includes refreshments, entry to the Museum and the lecture. Please reserve tickets in advance through the Box Office on 020 7942 2209, stating the lecture you wish to attend. Availability of tickets cannot be guaranteed on the day of the lecture.

Detail from 'Interior - The Sikh Temple - Marble Mosaic' by Felice Beato, Museum no. 80091

The Lectures
All lectures run from 19.00 to 20.00
uestions from the floor and informal discussion run from 20.00 to 20.30

Ranjit Singh and the Royal City of Lahore
Susan Stronge
Wednesday 3 April 2002

Jean Muir Seminar Room

Inside the lion's mouth: the design and decoration of Sikh artillery
Neil Carleton
Wednesday 8 May 2002
Jean Muir Seminar Room

Interpreters and innovators - Sikh women and art
Nima Poovaya Smith
Wednesday 5 June 2002
Indian Study Room

On the sacred in Sikh art
Gurdeep Sian
Wednesday 3 July 2002
Jean Muir Seminar Room

Two and a half strikes - the Sikh art of war
Sukhbinder Singh
Wednesday 7 August 2002
Jean Muir Seminar Room

A picture of the Sikhs
Parmjit Singh
Wednesday 4 September 2002
Jean Muir Seminar Room

The contemporary gurdwara
Romi Dahele
Wednesday 2 October 2002
Gamble Room

Janamsakhi painting
Jeevan Deol

Wednesday 6 November 2002
Gamble Room

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