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London Stereoscopic Company - lecture dates

The London Stereoscopic Company has announced a series of UK lecture dates where Denis Pellerin, Dr Brian May and others will be giving talks on different aspects of stereoscopy. The tour commences in Manchester in September and will conclude in London in November. Further dates may be added .

Thurs 22 September, 6-8 pm

Manchester University

Jim Naughten and Denis Pellerin

Title: Animal kingdom: Stereocopic images of natural history


Sat 24 September, 2-3 pm

Harley Gallery, Welbeck, Worksop

Denis Pellerin

Title: Gardens for the Duchess


Mon 26 September, 10-12 am

Watts Gallery, Compton, near Guildford

Denis Pellerin

Title: Entertaining and educational: the Victorian stereoscope


Sat 1 October, 2.30-5 pm

Stereoscopic Society Meetings Held at St Barbara's Church Hall, 24 Rochester Road, Earlsdon, Coventry, CV5 6AG

Denis Pellerin

Title: Crinoline, Fashion’s Most Magnificent Disaster


Sun 16 October

Meeting of The Photographic Collectors’ Club of Great Britain, Helicopter Museum, Weston-Super-Mare

Denis Pellerin

Title: Stereoscopy: A visual revolution of the Victorian era


Wed 19 October, 7.30-9.00 pm

King’s College, Safra Lecture Theatre

Brian May and Denis Pellerin

Title: Sir Charles Wheatstone and the craze for the stereoscope


Thur 20 October, time tbc

Apps World, London Excel Centre

Brian May

Q&A about Virtual Reality


27 to 29 October

Stereo & Immersive Media, Photography and Sound Research 2016, Lisbon, Portugal

Denis Pellerin

Two talks, one about the former 3-D conference (2015) and the other one (20 min) about the quest for 3-D and motion combined


8 Novemberc

British Library

Denis Pellerin (and Brian May if available)

Title: Victorian Entertainments and Crinolines

Talk followed by a book signing of Brian May and Denis Pellerin’s book Crinoline, Fashion’s Most Fashionable Disaster. .

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