SW London NADFAS 2014 - 2015

What is NADFAS?


Diary of Events

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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 enquiries@nadfas.org.uk


December 8th - "A Celebration of Seasons in Art, Poetry and Music" by Elizabeth Rumbelow


January 12th
The Inside Stories: the Real Stories behind the most intriguing cases of Nazi Looted Art.
Lecturer: Ms Shauna Isaac

February 9th
Original Grand Designs – Industrialism and Revival
Lecturer: Mr John Sherlock

March 9th
The Arts of the Sikh Empire & Punjab
Lecturer: Ms Jasleen Kandhari

May 11th
The Artist as Revolutionary: Francisco Goya y Lucientes (1746-1824)
Lecturer: Mrs Mary Acton

June 8th
Adventures in Three Dimensions: Twentieth Century Sculpture in Britain.
Lecturer: Dr Justine Hopkins

July 13th
Gardens in Art from the Romans to Monet
Lecturer: Mrs Clare Ford-Wille

September 14th
Masterworks of C20th Photography
Lecturer: Mr Barry Venning

October 12th
William de Morgan and the Arts and Crafts Movement
Lecturer: Mrs Diana Lloyd

November 9th
Watercolour in Britain from Cozens to Constable and beyond.
Lecturer: Dr Susan Owens

December 14th
It will never show! Designing Historical Costumes for Film and Television.
Lecturer: Ms Anna Buruma

November 19, 2014