Keith Kitto 747077
We have talks about anything that can be described as art e.g. architecture, fine arts, performing arts, antiques. Everybody is invited, just come along.
We meet at 2.00 pm on the last Thursday of the month, in the Centenary Lounge at St Marks Church on the Rugby Road, Leamington CV32 6DL
There is a charge of £2.00 which includes tea/coffee & biscuits.
|Dates for your Diary|
|Thu Jan 30th||Graham Ibbitson - L. S. Lowry|
One of Britain’s most popular artists, selling work for millions of pounds. How well do you know L.S. Lowry?
This is a very entertaining talk about the artist and his works.
Although a self-contained presentation, some members may wish to prep with the film “Mrs Lowry and Son”(released in Sept 2019) starring Timothy Spall and Vanessa Redgrave. It is available on Netflix, Amazon Prime, etc.
(Note! This is a change from the previously advertised topic.)
|Thu Feb 27th||Jim Davis – The History of Pantomime|
Jim is a Professor of Theatre Studies at the University of Warwick and specialises in British Theatre History c.1780-1914. He taught an undergraduate module at Warwick and edited a book on the History of Pantomime.
|Thu Mar 26th||Felicity Furber – Frank Lloyd Wright |
Frank Lloyd Wright was an architect and writer whose distinct style helped him become one of the biggest forces in American architecture.