Professor Thomas reimagines English law. He questions its foundational assumptions.
This session will include creative and discussion-based activities looking what life was like in London before, during and after the fire. The Guildhall itself was damaged in the Great Fire, and the art collection of the City of London was started after the Great Fire with the commission of 22 paintings of the Fire Judges.
You will meet a facilitator outside the Gallery in Guildhall Yard for an introduction to Guildhall Art Gallery. You and your group will be introduced to Samuel Pepys and Sir Christopher Wren in the heart of the City, before heading into Guildhall Art Gallery to map out the spread of the fire, meet a Fire Judge and design a monument to commemorate the City that rose from the ashes.
Cost of this workshop is £110 plus VAT per class. We are currently only taking bookings for mornings for one class.