Art History in the Pub
Art History in the Pub is a series of talks that take place on the last Monday of each month. Art History in the Pub reflects the AAH's commitment to bringing interesting, cutting-edge art-historical research to a wider, public community.
They are free, and open to all, no booking required. Talks take place at 7.30pm at The Monarch, Camden, London.
25 May, 7.30pm
Speaker: Katrin Joost, 'Visualising the Animal'
We are looking forward to the next speaker Katrin Joost (University of Cumbria) who will explain the significance of animal studies in relation to visual culture and the forthcoming conference 'Visualising the Animal' at Cumbria University.
Katrin Joost is Lecturer in Creative Arts at Cumbria University, and organiser of the 'Visualising the Animal' conference taking place on 18 - 19 June.
Katrin's talk will be the last in the series of talks curating by Nicola McCartney that have focused on the theme of animals in art. Nicola is an artist and educator.
Would you like to be a Guest Curator for Art History in the pub in 2015?
We are looking for people interested in curating a series of talks for AHiTP. Send us an email if you would like more details.
Directions & Details
If you've not been before then a speaker talks for about 30 minutes followed by questions. The talk takes place in the main bar, it is free, entertaining, and anyone is welcome.
40-42 Chalk Farm Road
Camden NW1 8BG,
Telephone: 020 74822054
From Chalk Farm tube: Turn left out of the station and cross Chalk Farm Road at the lights. The pub is about five minutes walk down the road on the left.
From Camden Town: Take the Camden High Street exit and turn right. Head up the street past Camden Lock and under the rail bridge and proceed up Chalk Farm Road. The pub is a couple minutes walk from the bridge on the right.
By tube: Chalk Farm station (450m) – zone 2 / Camden Town station (530m) – zone 2
By train: Kentish Town West station (460m) / Camden Road station (550m)
By bus: 24 (24hrs), 27 (24hrs), 31, 168, N5, N28, N31.