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This conference introduces British art and social critic John Ruskin to a modern audience and makes the case for his continuing relevance in our own troubled time.

John Ruskin: 19th-Century Visionary, 21st-Century Inspiration The Huntington

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This conference introduces British art and social critic John Ruskin to a modern audience and makes the case for his continuing relevance in our own troubled time.

    Ruskin in the 21st Century: A Prophecy

    Ruskin in the 21st Century: A Prophecy

    Howard Hull, Director of the Ruskin Foundation and Brantwood Trust, presents at the "John Ruskin: 19th-Century Visionary, 21st-Century Inspiration" conference.

    • 54 min
    Ruskin's Guild of St. George: Then and Now

    Ruskin's Guild of St. George: Then and Now

    Rachel Dickinson, professor of literature at Manchester Metropolitan University, presents at the "John Ruskin: 19th-Century Visionary, 21st-Century Inspiration" conference.

    • 42 min
    Learning to Draw from Ruskin

    Learning to Draw from Ruskin

    Kateri Ewing, artist at the Roycroft Campus, presents at the "John Ruskin: 19th-Century Visionary, 21st-Century Inspiration" conference.

    • 41 min
    Ruskin and Stained Glass: A Century of Creative Work

    Ruskin and Stained Glass: A Century of Creative Work

    David Judson, owner of Judson Studios, presents at the "John Ruskin: 19th-Century Visionary, 21st-Century Inspiration" conference.

    • 42 min
    The House Beautiful: Truth to Nature in the Work of Greene & Greene

    The House Beautiful: Truth to Nature in the Work of Greene & Greene

    Ted Bosley, docent at the Gambel House at USC, presents at the "John Ruskin: 19th-Century Visionary, 21st-Century Inspiration" conference.

    • 46 min
    Ruskin and the California Dream

    Ruskin and the California Dream

    Gabriel Meyer, President of the Ruskin Art Club, presents at the "John Ruskin: 19th-Century Visionary, 21st-Century Inspiration" conference.

    • 35 min

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