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Date: Thursday, April 11, 2013 - 6:30 pm

Tobin Distinguished Lecture: Sir Roy Strong presents The 20th-century Coronation and its Legacy

Thursday, April 11, 6:30 pm, Chiego Lecture Hall

An official Fiesta Event®

 

A leading expert in royal festivals and celebrations, Sir Roy Strong is an art historian, broadcaster, diarist, gardener, and writer, who has served as director of the National Portrait Gallery (1967–1973) and Victoria and Albert Museum (1974–1987), both in London. His talk focuses on the evolution of coronations in recent years and coincides with the exhibition Fiesta, Fête, Festival: Selections from the Tobin Collection.

 

Tickets are available for McNay members $10, nonmembers $20, educators and students with an I.D. $5. Reserve space by calling 210.805.1768 or e-mailing This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Registration deadline: April 11, noon.

 

This lecture is a program of The Tobin Theatre Arts Fund.

 

Image: Photo by John Swannell.

 

The opinions of this speaker do not necessarily reflect the views of the museum. Some imagery presented may be objectionable for some audiences, especially younger viewers.



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