4.30-6.00 pm, 2 November: How to Represent the 'End'?
Tom Bromwell (York): ‘Death is Not the End: Charles Sim’s Last Paintings’ Erik Tonning (Norwegian Study Centre): ‘“To think perhaps it won't all have been for nothing!” Eschatological ambiguity in Endgame.’
|Charles Sims, Crowds of Small Souls in Flame, 1927.|
Please join us Thursday, 2nd November, at 4.30pm for the first lecture in our 2017-8 Catholicism and the Arts Lecture series. We shall be meeting in the Upper Room of St. Wilfrid's Church, Duncombe Place, York, YO1 7EF. The Upper Room is located upstairs through a door in the furthest back of the small car park adjacent to the church. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
This talk will be followed by (optional) attendance at the sung All Souls Requiem mass in the church and dinner/drinks at The Eagle and Child.