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Events

Events calendar and booking

To view/make bookings for Warburg events click here (then enter a specific date - e.g. 15/01/2018 - in the 'Date from' search box and click on 'Activate' to carry out a search for all events from your chosen date onwards)

Download Warburg Events leaflet - May to Sept 2018

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Conferences

Lectures

Seminars

Research Training/Reading classes

Past Events

Re-opening the Workshop: Medieval to Early Modern

The aim of our lecture series on the artistic workshop is to speak to an interdisciplinary audience who are interested in thinking about issues such as agency and the commission, production and the use of art works and objects in the widest possible sense as well as those attuned to the theoretical implications these issues have for visual and material culture of all ages/periods. The lecture series will be free and open to a wide public. 

Warburg and Luther - Word | Image in Times of Crisis - 1517, 1917, 2017

New dates for these events will be announced as soon as possible

The Warburg Institute is holding three events on ‘Warburg and Luther - Word | Image in Times of Crisis - 1517, 1917, 2017’ to mark both the fifth hundred anniversary of the Reformation and the hundredth anniversary of Aby Warburg’s seminal lecture on Martin Luther.

Early Modern Town Plans and Views of Vienna and Their Importance in an International Context

Lectures in the history of cartography convened by Catherine Delano-Smith (Institute of Historical Research), Tony Campbell (formerly Map Library, British Library), Peter Barber (Visiting Fellow, History, King’s College, formerly Map Library, British Library) and Alessandro Scafi (Warburg Institute).

The Book as World and the World as Book

On 20 April 2018, the Warburg Institute (in conjunction with the Cervantes Institute) will host an event on books and readers in the Spanish-speaking world, with the theme 'The Book as World, the World as Book'. The day will culminate in a conversation between Alberto Manguel, Director of the National Library of Argentina, and Bill Sherman, Director of the Warburg.