Saturday 21 March 2015, 10.30-16.30 BP Lecture theatre £22, no concessions
This day shows how the British Museum is a product of the Enlightenment. Museum staff and guest lecturers discuss Enlightened Grand Tourists, public science, Sir John Soane and the themes of the Enlightenment Gallery (Room 1). The event includes an exclusive viewing of Delacroix’s original lithographs of Faust. Open to Open University students and the public.
Location: BP Lecture theatre Start Time: 10.30 Booking fee: £1.00 per ticket