Portraying Women in Cambridge Today

Date & timeTuesday, 18 February 5:00pm - 7:00pm
LocationLecture Theatre, Trinity Hall
CostFree, booking required

This panel discussion chaired by Dr Alexander Marr, Director of the Centre for Visual Culture and Trinity Hall Fellow, will address the representation of women in Cambridge University and its constituent colleges. Historically and still today, women are under-represented in Cambridge portraiture. This event will bring together people from the University and College communities to discuss the key issues at stake. The talk will be followed by a drinks reception until 7pm.

The panel:

Alexander Marr (CVC and Trinity Hall)
Carrie Vout (Classics)
Amy Tobin (Kettle’s Yard)
Apolline Bokkerink (History of Art)
Ben Sullivan (Portraitist)