Jan 5 Lecture The Adoration of the Magi
Jan 14 Visit British Baroque Art
Feb 2 Lecture The Hidden World of Canal Architecture
Feb 16 Walk Live Zoom walk around Tokyo
Feb 25 Visit Grand Tour of Bermondsey
March 2 Lecture The Colour Blue in Western Art
March 5 Study Day Donatello and the Sculpture of the Italian Renaissance
March 16 Visit The Huguenots in London
April 6 Lecture Moorish Architecture: The Legacy of a Vanished Kingdom
April 20 Visit Charles I – Absolute Monarch to Civil War 1540-1650
May 4 Lecture William Hogarth: Harlots, Rakes and Crashing China Pots. This is a “Bring Friends Free” lecture.
May 25 Visit Wallace Collection: Making Connections with Art
June 1 Lecture Cloisters: Remarkable Cathedral Survivors
June 11 Study Morning Galle, Lalique and their influence on Glassmakers
June 17 Visit Female Artists
July 6 Lecture The English Face Unmask’d – 500 Years of Portraiture, Materials and Techniques
July 14 Visit Tour of Alnwick Castle, its grounds & interiors and highlights of the Collection
Aug 3 Lecture The British Stable: An Architectural & Historical Survey
Aug 12 Visit Treasures of the Borghese Gallery in Rome
Sept 7 Lecture Music in Art. This is a “Bring Friends Free” lecture
Sept 14 Visit The Bridges of London
Oct 5 Lecture Double Dutch: The secret language of Dutch still life paintings
Oct 14 Visit Legal walk of London
Oct 27 Study Morning Spanish Arts in the Golden Age
Nov 2 Lecture A Paradise Garden: The Arts of Medieval Natural Symbols
Nov 17 Visit The Archaeology of Crossrail
Dec 7 Lecture A brief story of wine
Dec 14 Visit Sir Peter Lely’s famous paintings of “The Windsor Beauties” now in Hampton Court Palace


Jan 20 Visit Live visit to Tate Modern
Feb 1 Lecture Rituals and Riches: The History of the Southern Indian Temple
Feb 7 Visit Backstage Tour of the Royal Albert Hall
Feb 16 Study Morning The Silk Road
March 1 Lecture Industrialism and Revival: How It Changed the World of Architecture
Mar 17 Visit Day visit to Oxford
April 5 Lecture The Macclesfield Psalter
April 27 Visit Live visit to the Olympic Park
May 3 Lecture Historical Materials and Techniques of Painting in the 15th to 18th Centuries. This is a “Bring Friends Free” lecture.
May 18 Visit Live visit to Henry Moore’s House at Much Hadham, Herts
May 31 Study morning The Age of Dutch Art
June 7 Lecture Denys Ladun and the National Theatre: Architectural Masterpiece or was Prince Charles right?
June 9 Visit Tour of Vintners’ Hall in the City
July 5 Lecture New Arts for the New Society: Art in the Service of the Russian Revelution
July 14 Visit Live London Mitthreaum and Roman London Walk
Aug 2 Lecture The Glasgow Boys and Glasgow Girls: The Scottish Colourists and the French Connection
Sept 24 Visit A Night to Remember: Westminster Abbey Historical & Musical Evening Tour with the Purcell Club Singers

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