Thursday 7 March
2 Temple Place, London
This exhibition, John Ruskin and the Power of Seeing, celebrates the bicentenary of John Ruskin's birth. Key objects will be positioned alongside Ruskin’s contemporaries as well as newly commissioned material by contemporary artists. It will explore how Ruskin’s influence, throughout the arts, education, the economy and the environment, is still being felt today. The exhibition is self-guided. On a guided tour we shall learn about the history of 2 Temple Place and its architecture. There is a café on site where coffee on arrival and lunch will be available (neither are included).
To book, or for more information, please contact the Activities Team on 01865 278172 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org