Joseph Banks Seminar 4th May

On Sunday the 4th May  from 10.30- 4pm, the Sir Joseph Banks Society are hosting a seminar to accompany the Joseph Banks: A Great Endeavour exhibition at The Collection Lincoln.

To book your place, call 01522 550965 or email thecollection@lincolnshire.gov.uk


Information from The Collection website:

A seminar to accompany the major exhibition JOSEPH BANKS: A GREAT ENDEAVOUR.

To coincide with our major exhibition JOSEPH BANKS: A GREAT ENDEAVOUR, the Sir Joseph Banks Society is hosting a seminar open to everyone.  There will be several half-hour talks by speakers on a variety of Joseph Banks related topics, question and answer sessions and an opportunity to view the exhibition and talk to local experts on Joseph Banks.

10.30am – 4pm FREE ENTRY

Come for the day or call in for specific lectures
To book your place, call 01522 550965 or email thecollection@lincolnshire.gov.uk

10.30am – 11am
LECTURE – Mark Seaward, Hon Professor of Bradford and Lincoln Universities
Sir Joseph and his role in National Societies and Institutions

11am – 11.30am
LECTURE – Paul Money, award winning astronomer and author
The Transit of Venus

11.30am – 12noon
BREAK

12noon – 12.30pm
LECTURE – Patrick Kaye, Trustee of the Sir Joseph Banks Archive Project, member of the Sir Joseph Banks Society and retired medical practitioner
Health Aspects of HMB Endeavour’s Voyage and Sir Joseph Banks

12.30pm – 1pm
LECTURE – Jean Burton, author of ‘Sir Joseph Banks Rooted in Lincolnshire’
On Board Endeavour

1pm – 2pm
BREAK

2pm – 2.30pm
QUESTIONS

2.30pm – 3pm
LECTURE – David Robinson OBE, Life President of the Sir Joseph Banks Society
Banks of Revesby

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