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Art, Architecture, and Memory: Decoding Liverpool's Town Hall Treasures

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Date of Event
23rd July 2024
Last Booking Date for this Event
22nd July 2024


Join our local historian, Lee Kendall, on an unforgettable journey through Liverpool's cultural epicentre. Explore the iconic Town Hall, a masterpiece by John Wood of Bath, and learn about its rich heritage and communal spirit.
Uncover captivating tales behind an exquisite collection of artworks, architecture, and historical artefacts. From Nelson's sword to the mesmerizing portrait of James Maury, Liverpool's first American Consul, each piece holds a fascinating narrative.
Immerse yourself in the intricate details of Minerva's codestone statue and other hidden gems as we unravel the building's historical tapestry. Engage in thought-provoking discussions on its ties to slavery and pivotal role in the American Civil War's conclusion.
This course promises to intrigue and enchant participants with a passion for Liverpool's vibrant history, art, architecture, and cultural significance. Join us on an artistic odyssey through time and uncover the soul of Liverpool.

Number of Meetings

1 - Tuesday, 10am - 4pm 

Course Leader

Dr Lee Kendall

CRN 26908/CEPD4000

Course Fees

Course Fee: Full Fee: £65

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1. Full fee£65.00[Read More]