Howard Smith is an accredited Arts Society lecturer and specialises in Graphic Icons of the Twentieth Century from 1900 to 1950s. His lectures are:
Creating the Golden Era of Transatlantic Liners
Rupert, the anthropomorphic bear
The GPO Film Unit - the birth of documentaries Leni Riefenstahl, Hitler’s filmmaker
Eagle, Dan Dare & the Art of Frank Hampson
1950 Britain through the eyes of Picture Post.
All his lectures are highly graphic powerpoint presentations, entertaining, nostalgic and heavily researched. They contain high resolution graphics, sound and film clips as well as ephemera, artwork and rare items from major collections. Each lecture lasts one hour and is in 16:9 format.