To mark 500 years of artistic genius and enduring creative influence, we invite you to celebrate the life and legacy of High Renaissance master, Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio 1483 – 1520).
Join us for a three-part lecture series featuring leading art historians Dr John Gagné, Lorraine Kypiotis and Dr Michael Hill, proudly presented with our program partner Istituto Italiano di Cultura – Cultural Office of the Consulate General of Italy.
22 October - Absorbing Raphael: the Renaissance Artist’s Early Years - Dr John Gagné
29 October - Raphael in Rome: the Stanza della Segnatura - Lorraine Kypiotis
5 November - Raphael’s Portraits - Michael Hill
The wellbeing of our members, visitors and staff is our highest priority. We are following the comprehensive COVID-Safe Plan developed by the Art Gallery of NSW in line with NSW Health guidelines, with extensive measures in place to ensure your safety. Before your visit, we encourage you to read the latest visit information - www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/information-visitors-covid-19/know/
Please note these lectures are strictly limited to 84 participants. Bookings are essential. There will be no walk up ticket sales on the day.