'From Cartography to Land Art: The Garden Historian as Polymath'

Series Name The Eighth Annual Lamport Lecture
Type Arts & Entertainment
Starts at May 20, 2013 10:00 AM
Ends at May 20, 2013 11:00 AM
Venue Lamport Hall
Open To Public
Ticket Price £10
For Bookings Contact Call Lamport Hall on 01604 686272

Formerly Professor of History of Architecture and Designed Landscapes and Director of the Institute for Landscape and Garden History at the University of Bristol, Tim Mowl has recently been appointed a Professorial Research Fellow in the Institute of Humanities at the University of Buckingham.  Amongst his many books, Tim has published Gentlemen and Players: Gardeners of the English Landscape (2000), which charts the influence of aristocrats and professionals on the creation of landscape parks and gardens.  With major funding from the Leverhulme Trust, he is researching and writing a nationwide series of the historic landscapes and gardens of England.  This has produced 12 books to date with his study of Cambridgeshire & The Isle of Ely set to appear in May 2013.

Places are strictly limited.  Admission is by ticket only.  Tickets cost £10 and can only be obtained from Lamport Hall on 01604 686272

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