|Co-ordinator||Pamela Tonge BA|
|Weekday||First Friday of each month|
|Venue||Mezzanine Suite at the Buckingham Library|
About the group
The aim of the group is to discuss chosen artists and art movements to enable an appreciation of art history.
The monthly meetings involve an illustrated talk on key artists with the group members joining in the discussion of individual works of art.
There are also organised trips to art galleries and museums throughout the year.
Tuesday, 25 July – Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge to visit their collection and current exhibition: “Sea to Shore”, featuring work by Christopher (Kit) Wood and the naive Cornish painter, Alfred Wallis. Entry is free but they ask us to each give a donation.
This visit will tie in with our talk on Friday, 7 July at 10.15am in the Mezzanine Room above the Library, Verney Close, when the talk will be about the Newlyn School of painters.
Tuesday, 29 August – Compton Verney to visit their new exhibition “The Art of Perception from Seurat to Bridget Riley”. Entry will be £8 plus £2.95 for coffee and delicious cookie. Entry includes their collection and the grounds.
There will be NO meeting in August.
Tuesday, 12 September, Stanley Spencer Gallery in Cookham to see their latest exhibition entitled “An Artistic Affair – Stanley Spencer and Daphne Charlton”. Admission is £4 per person.
There will be a talk on Stanley Spencer prior to our visit on Friday, 8 September at 10.15am in the Mezzanine Room, above the Library.
Please let the Group Co-ordinator know as soon as possible as seats on the Winslow Bus for each outing will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
The talks in October and November will be by Tina Brown who will be discussing the work of the Australian Impressionists.
New members are welcome! Please contact the coordinator for information.
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