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Seminar: The Print after Photography – Talbot and the Invention of the Photographic Print / London, 10 April

The Science Museum's Spring Research Seminar Series is open to students, museum professionals and academics with an interest in research relating to material culture and museums. The series starts on 16 January and runs through until 24 April. All seminars take place between 13:00–14:00 in the Dana Study or Studio, Dana Research Centre and Library, 165 Queen’s Gate, London SW7 5HD.

Of particular interest to BPH readers on 10 April Geoffrey Belknapp, curator of Photography and Photographic Technology at the National Science and Media Museum, Bradford, will talk about  ‘The Print after Photography – Talbot and the Invention of the Photographic Print

Booking is not required and feel free to bring a packed lunch to eat during the seminar.

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