THE Tatham Art Gallery is hosting a lecture programme throughout April.
Alleyn Diesel (who has a PhD in Religious Studies) will present two more lectures to raise funds for buying stock for the Tatham Craft Shop. The first of these lectures will take place on Saturday, April 2 at 11am. The cost is R30.
Titled Felines and female divinities, the talk looks at how, since early human history, in many diverse countries, cats have been linked with strong, independent females. Goddesses from Inanna of Sumer, Cybele of Phrygia, the Goddesses of Minoan Crete, and many Egyptian cat goddesses bear witness to this phenomenon. Cats in more modern times still retain their ancient power and fascination.
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Another lecture by Diesel will follo, on Saturday, May 7 at 11 am titled Sacred animals and our relationship with the environment.
Simon Haw (historian, author and educationist) has agreed to repeat his very popular illustrated talk, indirectly linked to the Building History Exhibition in the Schreiner Gallery. This free talk will take place on Saturday, April 9 at 11am and is titled Buildings of Pietermaritzburg.
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Robert Brusse (restoration architect from Durban) will present an illustrated talk that is also indirectly linked to the Building History Exhibition in the Schreiner Gallery. This free talk will take place on Saturday, April 16 at 11 am and is titled The Restoration of Government House.
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