15 May 2012
Lewis Carroll Event at the V & A on 26 May 2012.
No, no, I don't think Lewis Carroll would really have approved of graffiti. This is one of my possible page headers for other pages on this site (if you check the different pages you'll see they each have a different version of the same picture on). But this is a blog post about art.
And frankly I'm getting behind on blogs and everything else but I'm still in time to recommend the V & A's study day about Lewis Carroll. Click the link to find out more n celebration of the 150th anniversary of the origin of Lewis Carroll's Alice. It's an event co-organised by the Lewis Carroll Society. In case you haven't taken a look at their website lately, it does have a lot about the event (but they have all kinds of other good things on offer, too).
And some crucial information - A concessionary rate is available to members of The Lewis Carroll Society (£35) ... this is available by ringing 020 7942 2211. AND the V&A has just announced a special offer for anyone attending this event. If you buy a ticket you may bring a guest free!