The Romantics exhibition and other posts for October:
With the launch of a major exhibition, The Romantics, at Tate Britain in September, this month Zoamorphosis includes an extensive review of the show with a particular focus on the new prints acquired by Tate at the beginning of 2010, as well as information on the smaller exhibition, The Sleeping Congregation.
Other stories include articles on two recent musical releases: Jeff Gillett’s version of Blake’s Songs of Innocence and of Experience and Fernand Péna’s Ode to William Blake, as well as a feature on the possibility of “The Tyger” becoming the UK’s favourite poem (to mark National Poetry Day).
Blake in Our Time:
The files available for this conference on Zoamorphosis have been updated to include eleven audio podcasts from the event. Visitors to the site will now find audio files as well as videos of all the talks from the symposium at http://zoamorphosis.com/2010/09/blake-in-our-time/.