Events

Events

Over 50 free events a year in Rome and the UK
Conferences, lectures, seminars and conversations
We support and share cutting-edge research
A diverse range of scholars, curators and artists
Over 50 free events a year in Rome and the UK
Conferences, lectures, seminars and conversations
We support and share cutting-edge research
A diverse range of scholars, curators and artists
ITALY
Wednesday 05/10/2022
18:00
The social life of texts in Renaissance Italy
During twenty years of reading and researching Renaissance texts, I have become fascinated by questions of reception and readership. This lecture traces the journey on which my research has taken

ITALY
Tuesday 11/10/2022
18:30
Black History Month | Film Screening
A screening of the film They Call It Idlewild by artist Helen Cammock, followed by informal discussion over a drink. This event will be in English. Left: Film Still, They Call

ITALY
Thursday 13/10/2022
09:30
CONFERENCE: Post-colonial Heritage in the Present: Museums, Archives, Art and Activism
The BSR is hosting Day 2 of the Conference, which will take place 12–13 October 2022. A full programme can be found here.  Left: Fig. 1 Scudo in fibra policroma

ITALY
Tuesday 18/10/2022
09:00
Understanding Ancient Tripolitania: Research, Partnerships and Knowledge Sharing
A workshop organised by the BSR and the British Institute for Libyan and Northern African Studies. This international workshop is organized jointly by the British School at Rome (BSR) and

ITALY
Friday 28/10/2022
18:00
Renata, remember you are unconscious; you have no expression, no pain, you don’t yell, you are unconscious!
The exhibition will be open from Monday 31 October to Friday 25 November.Opening hours Monday–Friday, 15:00 –19:00 (closed on weekends and bank holidays, including Tuesday 1 November). “Renata, remember you

ITALY
Wednesday 2/11/2022
18:00
The Roman empire as kaleidoscope: a view from storage
The G.E Rickman Lecture At once a farmer’s risk buffer and a state’s centralizing mechanism, storage played a central role in the Roman world, a world of farmers turned empire.

ITALY
Tuesday 8/11/2022 – Thursday 10/11/2022
Giovanni Battista Piranesi: Prints from the BSR Ashby collection. Exhibition and Private View
As part of an ongoing project, launched in 2021, to create a catalogue for the prints by Giovanni Battista Piranesi in the BSR collection, this event, the second in the

ITALY
Wednesday 9/11/2022
18:00
Circuses and carceres: an investigation into the recently revealed “first state” of Piranesi’s Ichnographiam Campi Martii Antiquae Urbis
A lecture to coincide with the exhibition: Giovanni Battista Piranesi: Prints from the BSR Ashby collection. Piranesi’s vast print production has many highlights, amongst which the Campus Martius plan, as it

ITALY
Wednesday 16/11/2022
18:00
The monuments of Rome in some late eastern sources
The Gordon Rushforth Lecture on Medieval Rome Many accounts of the city of Rome written in the eastern Mediterranean during the middle ages dwell on the fantastic: Cosmas of Jerusalem

ITALY
Wednesday 23/11/2022
18:00
Live Music Performance
Soprano Stacey Alleaume (Youth Music Foundation of Australia Awardee) performing with piano.

ITALY
Wednesday 30/11/2022
18:00
Techniques of Etruscan and Roman earthen architecture
The Molly Cotton Lecture The study of Etruscan and Roman earthen architecture is traditionally limited to a few sites where traces of such perishable materials is preserved, especially after burning,

ITALY
Wednesday 7/12/2022
18:30
BSR Autumn Open Studios 2022
Following the opening night, artists’ studios will be open by appointment only until Wednesday 14 December 15.00–19.00 (closed on Sunday). Contact Fine Arts Curator, Marta Pellerini (finearts@bsrome.it) for an appointment.

ITALY
Wednesday 14/12/2022
18:00
The changing face of the Eastern Caelian: Recent work by the ‘Rome Transformed’ Team
In 2019, colleagues from the British School at Rome, the University of Florence, the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche and Newcastle University launched the ERC-funded ‘Rome Transformed’ Project.  This five-year long

ITALY
The social life of texts in Renaissance Italy
During twenty years of reading and researching Renaissance texts, I have become fascinated by questions of reception and readership. This lecture traces the journey on
Wednesday 05/10/2022
18:00
ITALY
Black History Month | Film Screening
A screening of the film They Call It Idlewild by artist Helen Cammock, followed by informal discussion over a drink. This event will be in
Tuesday 11/10/2022
18:30
ITALY
CONFERENCE: Post-colonial Heritage in the Present: Museums, Archives, Art and Activism
The BSR is hosting Day 2 of the Conference, which will take place 12–13 October 2022. A full programme can be found here.  Left: Fig.
Thursday 13/10/2022
09:30
ITALY
Understanding Ancient Tripolitania: Research, Partnerships and Knowledge Sharing
A workshop organised by the BSR and the British Institute for Libyan and Northern African Studies. This international workshop is organized jointly by the British
Tuesday 18/10/2022
09:00
ITALY
Renata, remember you are unconscious; you have no expression, no pain, you don’t yell, you are unconscious!
The exhibition will be open from Monday 31 October to Friday 25 November.Opening hours Monday–Friday, 15:00 –19:00 (closed on weekends and bank holidays, including Tuesday
Friday 28/10/2022
18:00
ITALY
The Roman empire as kaleidoscope: a view from storage
The G.E Rickman Lecture At once a farmer’s risk buffer and a state’s centralizing mechanism, storage played a central role in the Roman world, a
Wednesday 2/11/2022
18:00
ITALY
Giovanni Battista Piranesi: Prints from the BSR Ashby collection. Exhibition and Private View
As part of an ongoing project, launched in 2021, to create a catalogue for the prints by Giovanni Battista Piranesi in the BSR collection, this
Tuesday 8/11/2022 – Thursday 10/11/2022
ITALY
Circuses and carceres: an investigation into the recently revealed “first state” of Piranesi’s Ichnographiam Campi Martii Antiquae Urbis
A lecture to coincide with the exhibition: Giovanni Battista Piranesi: Prints from the BSR Ashby collection. Piranesi’s vast print production has many highlights, amongst which the
Wednesday 9/11/2022
18:00
ITALY
The monuments of Rome in some late eastern sources
The Gordon Rushforth Lecture on Medieval Rome Many accounts of the city of Rome written in the eastern Mediterranean during the middle ages dwell on
Wednesday 16/11/2022
18:00
ITALY
Live Music Performance
Soprano Stacey Alleaume (Youth Music Foundation of Australia Awardee) performing with piano.
Wednesday 23/11/2022
18:00
ITALY
Techniques of Etruscan and Roman earthen architecture
The Molly Cotton Lecture The study of Etruscan and Roman earthen architecture is traditionally limited to a few sites where traces of such perishable materials
Wednesday 30/11/2022
18:00
ITALY
BSR Autumn Open Studios 2022
Following the opening night, artists’ studios will be open by appointment only until Wednesday 14 December 15.00–19.00 (closed on Sunday). Contact Fine Arts Curator, Marta
Wednesday 7/12/2022
18:30
ITALY
The changing face of the Eastern Caelian: Recent work by the ‘Rome Transformed’ Team
In 2019, colleagues from the British School at Rome, the University of Florence, the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche and Newcastle University launched the ERC-funded ‘Rome
Wednesday 14/12/2022
18:00

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