Archaeology Short Course at Mosman Art Gallery – Lecture 3 of 4
Our third lecture in our short course is set in Renaissance Rome. The rebirth of Rome in the Renaissance included a radical change in the way Italians understood the past and a new interest in accurately cataloguing and collecting the remnants of Ancient Rome’s glory. In these two lectures, Dr Nick Gordon looks at this change, what was rediscovered and how some antiquities inspired new forms of art and architecture, from Brunelleschi and Donatello, to Michelangelo, Palladio and Bernini.
This lecture is free, though RSVP is required through our online booking system below. In making a booking, you are not required to attend all lectures and you may make a booking after the lecture series has begun.