Dr. Sheila Latham gave a engrossing and entertaining illustrated presentation to a larger-than-usual audience. The subject was Morris in Oxford, and this was followed (left) by a toast given by Sheila, and birthday cake.
We're still working on other events for the year, but in the meantime, our annual symposium has been announced and it's a special one, co-hosted with The Guild of St. George:
“The hand, the head, and the heart”: Ruskin, Morris, and Craftsmanship TodayClaude T. Bissell Building
University of Toronto, St. George Campus
June 3, 2017
10 a.m.- 4 p.m.
This one-day event is jointly hosted by The Guild of St. George and the William Morris Society of Canada. The symposium will focus on the influence of John Ruskin and William Morris on craftsmanship, both in their own time and on those who continue to honour that legacy in their work today. The day will feature scholars and artists from the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
For more details, visit our Future Events tab at the top of this page.