Tuesday, 9th May 2017
Court Room, Old Police Station

George Manginis’s beautifully illustrated talk on his book about the ancient Chinese pottery in the Benaki Museum, Athens; and the part played by Greek-origin British business man George Eumorfopoulos who inspired modern artists and studio pottery.
George Manginis studied archaeology at the University of Athens.
He’s taught Byzantine, Islamic and Chinese Art History at the University of Edinburgh, SOAS, and the New College of The Humanities in London.
He was a 2013 Stanley J. Seeger Fellow at Princeton University. His writing includes
Mount Sinai: A History of Travellers and Pilgrims.
With thanks to Court Barn Museum www.courtbarn.org.uk
Summer opening: Tues to Sun 10am – 5pm

Seat is already booked to order
There are not enough tickets available for your booking
number of tickets available
number of tickets sold
number of tickets available
number of tickets required
Student priced reserved seats are only available where there is at least one full price reserved ticket purchased.
The seat you are trying to delete is the only full price reserved ticket in the basket which contains student priced reserved tickets.
Please remove the student price tickets before removing this seat.
Booked by another user
This seat has been booked by another user whilst you online. Please choose another seat