With over 70 HENI Talks available at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVDro8TZ8GiEj3B0RXBZhHw, I'd love to find out which one our Members like best - and why.
Perhaps one recorded with Arts Society Lecturers Alexandra Epps on Colourful Language, recorded in front of a live audience? (please press play and then the link Watch this video on YouTube)
Or the The Revolution of the Black Square, a film about why Kazimir Malevich’s small masterpiece is one of the most shocking and influential paintings in the history of art. What does it mean and what impact has it had around the world?
Loads of fantastic films to explore from home. I would like to thank HENI Talks for working with us to help connect people with the arts during this difficult time.
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