Loudoun Castle and landscape design in Scotland c.1700
Monday 2nd November 2020, at 6.30pm.
This year’s joint annual lecture with the Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland (AHSS) will be given by Margaret Stewart on Loudoun Castle and landscape design in Scotland c.1700.
Margaret will introduce the film Loudoun: a documentary about landscape design in Scotland around 1700 and will follow the screening with a short talk on the making of the film. Due to restrictions on public gatherings in enclosed spaces the event will be held virtually and streamed online.
Book online at eventbrite
Tickets are not priced but we do suggest a donation of £6 (free for students).
Lecture will be hosted on Zoom. We recommend downloading Zoom before the start of a talk. Instructions on how to join a lecture will be sent by email on the day of the event. More information can be found here
Margaret Stewart was born and educated in Edinburgh and at the universities of Nottingham and Glasgow. Her lecturing career began in 1995 at Edinburgh College of Art and continues today with ESALA. She was formerly a curator of the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Collection at the University of Glasgow. More recently she has curated the historic plaster cast collection at Edinburgh College of Art and is currently exploring film as a medium for communicating architectural and landscape history.