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Art, Action & Design Art, Action & Design Art, Action & Design  February 17 2021 | 6 – 7 pm   £10 | Friends £9  Online - Via Zoom     Taking the Arts...

Art, Action & Design 

February 17 2021 | 6 – 7 pm  

£10 | Friends £9 

Online - Via Zoom 

  

Taking the Arts & Crafts principle of collective design and collaboration, what potential do design teams today have in tackling the biggest challenges we face such as climate change, wealth inequality and racial injustice? Learn more about the powerful potential of collective design from the team behind the UK non-profit Shift, CEO Nick Stanhope and Innovation Director Tayo Medupin, as they share their radically different approaches to tackling inequalities through collective ways of working and design. 

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Interantional Women's Day: Art, Action & Craft Interantional Women's Day: Art, Action & Craft International Women’s Day: Art, Action & Craft  Monday 8 March 2021 | 6 - 7.30pm | £10 | Friends £9 | Online – Via Zoom   ...

International Women’s Day: Art, Action & Craft 

Monday 8 March 2021 | 6 - 7.30pm | £10 | Friends £9 | Online – Via Zoom  

  

Pioneering artists like Mary Watts used their creative output to address issues of social cohesion, gender equality and political change. This International Women’s Day, celebrate the role of craft in activism. Sarah Corbett will weave together her practical experience of her ‘gentle protest’ craftivism with the history of craft as a tool for change. 

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History of Art Short Course, The Arts & Crafts House SINGLE LECTURES History of Art Short Course, The Arts & Crafts House SINGLE LECTURES History of Art Short Course, The Arts & Crafts House Mondays, 22 February – 29 March 2021 11am – 12.15pm Six lectures £60 | Friends £54 Single Lecture £12 |Friends...

History of Art Short Course, The Arts & Crafts House

Mondays, 22 February – 29 March 2021

11am – 12.15pm

Six lectures £60 | Friends £54

Single Lecture £12 |Friends £10.80

Online via Zoom

In 1891, G F and Mary Watts moved to Limnerslease. Designed by Sir Ernest George and built at the start of the Arts & Crafts movement, the house still features original gesso ceiling panels and fireplaces by Mary Watts. Celebrating the reopening of Limnerslease in 2021, this short course introduces the British Arts & Crafts movement through key buildings, designers, collectors and inhabitants.

Monday 22 February

Limnerslease in its Arts & Crafts Context
Hilary Underwood

Monday 1 March

The David Parr House – An Extraordinary Arts & Crafts House 
Tamsin Wimhurst

Monday 8 March

William Morris, Philip Webb and the Arts & Crafts Home

Dr Suzanne Fagence Cooper

Monday 15 March

Reclaiming her Scandalous Past: Lady Dorothy Nevill as Art Collector and Cultural Philanthropist

Dr Caroline McCaffrey-Howarth

Monday 22 March

Arts & Crafts Houses of the Highlands

Mary Miers

Monday 29 March

C R Ashbee: From Chelsea to the Cotswolds

Dr Suzanne Fagence Cooper

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History of Art Short Course, The Arts & Crafts House FULL COURSE History of Art Short Course, The Arts & Crafts House FULL COURSE History of Art Short Course, The Arts & Crafts House Mondays, 22 February – 29 March 2021 11am – 12.15pm Six lectures £60 | Friends £54 Single Lecture £12 |Friends...

History of Art Short Course, The Arts & Crafts House

Mondays, 22 February – 29 March 2021

11am – 12.15pm

Six lectures £60 | Friends £54

Single Lecture £12 |Friends £10.80

Online via Zoom

In 1891, G F and Mary Watts moved to Limnerslease. Designed by Sir Ernest George and built at the start of the Arts & Crafts movement, the house still features original gesso ceiling panels and fireplaces by Mary Watts. Celebrating the reopening of Limnerslease in 2021, this short course introduces the British Arts & Crafts movement through key buildings, designers, collectors and inhabitants.

Monday 22 February

Limnerslease in its Arts & Crafts Context
Hilary Underwood

Monday 1 March

The David Parr House – An Extraordinary Arts & Crafts House 
Tamsin Wimhurst

Monday 8 March

William Morris, Philip Webb and the Arts & Crafts Home

Dr Suzanne Fagence Cooper

Monday 15 March

Reclaiming her Scandalous Past: Lady Dorothy Nevill as Art Collector and Cultural Philanthropist

Dr Caroline McCaffrey-Howarth

Monday 22 March

Arts & Crafts Houses of the Highlands

Mary Miers

Monday 29 March

C R Ashbee: From Chelsea to the Cotswolds

Dr Suzanne Fagence Cooper

 

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