|Philadelphia, Jan. 2012: David Gill receives his Outstanding Public Service Award|
If you live within range of Ipswich, you might care to join us on Wednesday 2 May. As part of the UCS Academy Lecture series, David Gill (my husband) will be discussing his research on collecting antiquities. The evening, entitled 'Raiders of the Lost Art' and hosted by Mark Murphy of BBC Radio Suffolk, will take place at the University Campus Suffolk Waterfront Building in Ipswich, starting at 17.30 with registration and refreshments and closing with a canapé reception from 19.30.
We very much hope you will be able to join us for this event. If you would like to come, it would be appreciated if you would reserve a place: further details can be found here on David's Looting Matters blog and here (with contact email) on the UCS website.
You may also be interested to hear of David's recent appearance in The Independent's 2012 list of '100 People who make Britain a much, much better place' for his work on returning looted antiquities.
|Outside the UCS Waterfront Building, Ipswich, venue for the event on 2 May|