John Lockwood Kipling. Tobacco jar in the form of a bear holding a tree stump, 1896. Terracotta. Inscriptions: “fumus gloria mundi / & forbear / RK / JLK / 1896.” National Trust, Bateman’s, NT 760658. © National Trust Images / John Hammond.

On Sunday, September 17 at 12 pm join Earl Martin, Associate Curator, Bard Graduate Center, and associate curator of the exhibition John Lockwood Kipling: Arts & Crafts in the Punjab and London, for an in-depth curator’s tour that will explore some of the rare and magnificent objects in the exhibition and discuss the life, work, and legacy of John Lockwood Kipling.


* Please note that due to a scheduling conflict Julius Bryant, Keeper of Word & Image at the Victoria and Albert Museum is no longer able to lead this tour.

We are also pleased to extend complimentary need-based community tickets by request to all ticketed events. To learn more, please email public.programs@bgc.bard.edu.

Leading support for Public Programs at Bard Graduate Center comes from Gregory Soros and other generous donors.