19th October 2016

brodieTrafficking Culture’s Dr Neil Brodie will deliver the 19th Annual Plenderleith Lecture, the Scottish conservation sector’s annual keynote presentation, in Glasgow next month

The lecture, titled “Antiquities trafficking – 21st-century developments”, is taking place at St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art on November 24, from 6pm. Dr Brodie will discuss the global trafficking of antiquities and other cultural objects.

Tickets, price at £11 for Icon Scotland Group members, £6 for Icon Scotland student members and £11 for non-members, may be booked via Eventbrite.

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