What is NADFAS?
NADFAS promotes the appreciation and study of decorative and fine arts through lectures and visits. It also encourages heritage volunteering and support of Young Arts.
The South West London branch has just celebrated its 40th year and has a strong active membership but welcomes visitors to its monthly lectures on the second Monday of the month at Dryburgh Hall, Putney Leisure Centre.
Speakers are leaders in their field and the subjects are varied as you see from the programme below. Doors open at 7.30 for a 8.00 pm start. A short waiting list is held for those interested in becoming members.
For more information call 020 74300730 or email email@example.com
May 12th: ART AND ARCHITECTURE IN DOCKLANDS – PAST AND PRESENT
LECTURER: Sue Jackson
June 9th - IMPERIAL PURPLE TO DENIM BLUE: THE COLOURFUL HISTORY OF TEXTILES
Lecturer: Dr Susan Kay-Williams
July 14th - THE CONSERVATION AND RESTORATIONS OF PAINTINGS.
Lecturer: Sarah Cove
September 8th - GUSTAV KLIMT AND THE VIENNESE SECESSION 1900
Lecturer: Dr Anne Anderson
October 13th - “PICTURES OF NOTHING” TURNER’S LATE PAINTINGS
Lecturer: Nicola Moorby
November 10th - TRAVELS IN RAJASTHAN WITH RUDYARD KIPLING: PALACES AND TEMPLES, MONUMENTS AND FORTS IN THE LAND OF KINGS
Lecturer: Elizabeth Merry
December 8th - THE COLOUR OF LIGHT – CONTEMPORARY STAINED GLASS
Lecturer: Tom Errington
March 10, 2014