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The Foundling Museum

40 Brunswick Square
London
WC1N 1AZ
+44 20 78 41 36 00
http://www.foundlingmuseum.org.uk/
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Upcoming Lectures and Events

Hetty Feather: Using History Creatively

22 Aug 17

Previous Lectures and Events

Thomas Coram: 18th century volunteer campaigner and fundraiser

6 Jun 06

Cultivating Charitable Behaviour

7 May 17

Mark Neville tour of Child's Play

2 Apr 17

Symposium: Space to Play

20 Mar 17

Room to Play: Children's Games at Institutions

18 Feb 17

Foundling Sunday

1 May 16

Angela Barrett: Artist and Illustrator

3 Apr 16

A Pug's Progress

21 Aug 14

Hogarth and Copyright

11 Dec 13

Curator's talk - Home Truths: Photography, Motherhood and Loss

8 Dec 13

Hogarth and Copyright

4 Dec 13

Homes Truths from a photographer's perspective

1 Dec 13

Public Opinion of the Foundling Hospital in the 18th Century

3 Nov 13

THE ARTIST AND PUBLIC SENSIBILITY: 1740 - 2013

17 Oct 13

Industry and Idleness with Catherine Pound

6 Oct 13

Clare Twomey in conversation with John Kampfner

20 Jul 13

Emma Woodhouse and ‘the Children In Brunswick Square’

8 Jun 13

Emma Brownlow, an Artist in the Family 

1 Dec 12

Charles Dickens and the House of Fallen Women

10 Nov 12

Jonas Hanway 1712 - 2012 

29 Sep 12

Getting Dressed

16 Feb 11

Curator's Talk with Prof. John Styles

2 Feb 11

Bonds of love and affection at the London Foundling Hospital in the eighteenth century

25 Jan 11

Daughters of Venus

19 Jun 10

Foundling Voices

25 May 10

Vice or Innocence? Hogarth's Childhood

27 Apr 07

Foundling Sunday

2 Apr 07

Foundling Sunday

4 Mar 07

Charity, orphans and foundlings in the pre-modern Islamic world

26 Jul 06

Charity, orpans and foundlins in the pre-modern Islamic world

26 Jul 06

A character transform'd: Handel's Cleopatra

29 Jun 06

From "Rinaldo" to "Orlando", or Senesion's Path to Madness

21 Jun 06

Staging "Giulio Cesare" - baroque practice or contemporary expectations?

30 May 06

Kate Adie: Nobody's Child

22 Apr 06

Charles Dickens at the Foundling Hospital

7 Apr 06

Benjamin Haydon: artist, critic and diarist

24 Jan 06

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