Monday 9 October 2017

Catholicism and The Arts Inaugural Meeting 2 November: How to Represent the 'End'?

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 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.

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