Glenmorangie Annual Lecture: Malcolm Appleby

Auditorium, entry via Lothian Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom

Tuesday, September 22, 2015 - 19:00 to 20:00

The Glenmorangie Annual Lecture series explores links between contemporary art and archaeology.  The Glenmorangie Research Project’s current archaeological research is focused on Scotland’s earliest silver (AD300–800). Join us for a very different perspective on this precious metal as engraver and silversmith Malcolm Appleby discusses the experimentation that is characteristic of his work and the inspiration behind it. 

Join us from 18:15 for a complimentary glass of Glenmorangie Original, courtesy of our partner. 

Malcolm Appleby’s work will feature in The Silversmith’s Art: Made in Britain Today.

Booking Required.

Adults (18+) £6, Members and Concessions £5
 

 

 

 

Artists

Malcolm Appleby (United Kingdom)
Country: 
United Kingdom
Regions: 
Scotland
Address: 
Auditorium, entry via Lothian Street, National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh
Status: 
Confirmed