Onsite Talk - Europe Divided: Huguenot Refugee Art and Culture

Join leading expert Tessa Murdoch at the V&A as she speaks with Dominic Grieve and Richard, Duke of Buccleuch, to shed light on the Huguenot refugee diaspora that came to dominate luxury trades

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  • V&A South Kensington

    Cromwell Road
    London, SW7 2RL

  • Lydia & Manfred Gorvy Lecture Theatre

  • Tickets cost £15.00 - £18.00

Past Event
Onsite Talk -  Europe Divided: Huguenot Refugee Art and Culture photo

Join leading expert, former V&A curator Tessa Murdoch in celebrating the publication of 'Europe Divided: Huguenot Refugee Art and Culture'. Tessa will be in discussion with Dominic Grieve, President of the Franco-British Society and Richard, Duke of Buccleuch, whose ancestors, the Dukes of Montagu, welcomed and patronised successive generations of Huguenot artists, craftsmen and designers.
Where did Huguenot creatives settle? Where can evidence of their creativity be seen today? Why is their diaspora so relevant for our times? The presentation will start in 16th century France and lead to 18th century America, introducing leading practitioners and their legacy.
Priority booking is currently open for Members and Patrons; general booking will open 19 November, subject to availability.

The V&A has put numerous health and safety measures in place to ensure the museum is a safe, relaxing and inspiring place for our patrons and visitors. We have taken steps to ensure that all V&A sites are reasonably COVID-19 secure with cleaning, handwashing and hygiene procedures in line with guidance. Hand sanitiser will be available, and face coverings are required unless exempt. A level of social distancing will be maintained, including limiting capacity in the Lecture Theatre.