Before the Ancestors: the clerestory windows of the early 12th century
Sandy Heslop BA FSA FRHistS, Professor of Visual Arts, University of East Anglia
Professor Sandy Heslop is an expert on the art and architecture of medieval England. His overarching interest is in making and its place in human culture. Humans use objects of all kinds (natural and manufactured) for practical purposes but also to structure our understanding and our identities. Most of Heslop’s research and teaching has focused on analysing the relationship between people and things, and the role of imagination in the creation and reception of artefacts. He is an expert on St Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury from 1093 to 1109.
Tickets are priced £7.50 and include entrance to a private view of the exhibition, a drink on arrival and the evening’s talk
Tickets available from The Canterbury Ticket Shop or 01227787787