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Thursday 19 October 2017, 7.15pm
The annual CRSBI lecture was held at The Courtauld Institute of Art on April 25th. The lecture, "North and South of the Loire: The Culture of Copying and the Rebirth of Sculpture" was given by Professor Deborah Kahn. The costs associated with the lecture and reception were generously met by John Osborn. CRSBI would like to thank him for his support.
CRSBI ran its first conference session at the Leeds International Medieval Congress 2017.