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This course explores the significant contribution that women have made to movements in design, including the Arts and Crafts, Modernism, Mid Century Modern, Post Modernism and the pluralism of today.
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Lis Darby lectures on 19th, 20th and 21st century decorative arts, design and craft primarily at Sotheby’s Institute of Art where she was formerly Programme Director of the MA in Contemporary Design. Her book 'Re-Issue, Re-Imagine, Re-Make: Appropriation in Contemporary Furniture Design' was published by Lund Humphries in 2020.
I feel very privileged to benefit from such first rate scholarship. Whilst physically more constrained than usual, my mind has been let free to explore another age. Time travel made easy! Previous Online Course Participant
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25 February 2022 - 1 April 2022
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