Dr. Emma Roberts Ph.D., is an Art Historian from Chester, UK. Emma talks on the art and design of countries all around the world and is regularly employed by cruise ships as a Special Interest Speaker. Emma’s day job is as Head of History of Art at Liverpool John Moores University (UK). Born and brought up in Wales, she now lives with her husband in the picturesque Roman and Medieval city of Chester, UK.
Emma is the author of two academic books (The Public Sculpture of Cheshire & Merseyside  and The Liverpool Academy: A History and Index ) and has also appeared on radio and TV in the United Kingdom as an expert on art and design. For several years she was Visiting Lecturer at London’s prestigious Victoria and Albert Museum.
I talk about the Art History of all regions of the world. A very small selection of some of talks that I have presented include: ‘The Colourful Caribbean: A Dip into the Art of the Caribbean Islands’; ‘An Embarrassment of Riches- Art Galleries and Museums of New York’; 'Child of Barcelona: Picasso the Genius Artist'; ‘Florence and the Flowering of Art: Home of the Renaissance’; 'Pagodas, Temples and Sculptures: Unlocking the Mysteries of the Ancient Arts of Myanmar (Burma)'; 'Gold Domes and Minarets: The Architecture of Mosques of Brunei' and 'The Inky Brush: A Brief History of Painting in China'. The list of talks presented is too extensive to provide here but I can talk about the art of any country in the world.