Looking @ art
Leader - Melvyn Bloomfield
I have been asking various people within the art world the situation and had various replies. When it is safe for our members to travel on the trains into London, when my guides give me clearance, when the galleries will allow groups of 20 plus. Then I will restart the "Looking @ Art" group.
Availability: waiting list for full membership - ad-hoc members welcome
PLEASE ALWAYS CHECK WEBSITE FOR ANY CHANGE OF DATE/TIME as visits are booked more than twelve months in advance and galleries sometimes ask to a re-scheduled visit. Members make their own way to the galleries and travel directions are given for each visit.
LOOKING@ART groups visit art collections in and around London for talks on specific topics by art lecturers. There is usually much more to a painting than mere wall decoration, and professional lecturers direct our attention to aspects of history, technique, symbolism etc. behind the picture.
Looking@Art membership is full and I am unable to offer any more secured places on the group as galleries and museums restrict the number of visitors in any one group. However, each month, there are usually three or four places available due to holidays, illness or previous family commitments and I am happy to fill these with ad-hoc members who are always welcome. Ad-hoc members will be welcomed to join our visits whenever one of the regular members cannot attend and are asked to pay £10:00 for each visit they join. Previously we have always been are able to offer places from the wait list but it is important that requests to go on this list are sent by email to email@example.com
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|The Wallace Collection||A gallery visit||Turner at the Tate 7th April||Old Royal Naval College 3rd Nov||Mall Gallery Sept 2017|