Ruskin Lecture 2021: watch the film!
‘John Ruskin: Art, Architecture and the Natural World’
In this year’s Ruskin Lecture, Kellogg Emeritus Fellow Geoffrey Tyack and Kellogg Visiting Fellow and Senior Associate Tutor at the Department for Continuing Education, Steven Parissien, discuss the significance of the natural world in Ruskin’s work and the influence of his writings on the architecture of Victorian Oxford and Kellogg’s own buildings.
The John Ruskin lecture is held in honour of the birthday of English art critic, painter, prominent social thinker and philanthropist John Ruskin. Watch the event to find out about Ruskin’s connection with Kellogg and more…