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Join the Director of the Rome School of Classical and Renaissance Studies, Professor Tom Henry, and the British Ambassador, HE Jill Morris CMG as we celebrate the Innovation in Academia Awards for Europe followed by a lecture from our esteemed guest Dr Thomas P Campbell.
This will be our second European Innovation in Academia Awards. The awards recognise individuals who have made a difference in higher education in Europe or North America and celebrate academic creativity and innovation.
Our guest speaker, Dr Thomas Campbell studied at Oxford University and the Courtauld Institute of Art, before embarking on a career that has been dedicated to the preservation, study and promotion of cultural heritage.
His academic specialism is the study of Renaissance tapestries and he will lecture on Raphael's Tapestries, taking the Mortlake tapestries based on Raphael's Cartoons (two of which hang on the walls of the Villa Wolkonsky) as his starting point.
LocationBritish Ambassador's Residence,
Villa Wolkonsky Via Ludovico di Savoia,
DetailsOpen to Student, staff and alumni,
Contact: Liberty Chambers
T: 01227 816035