Our New Season
Plans are for 2019/20 are now well established with a programme of Lectures, a Special Interest Day, and an exciting Away Visit. The first Day Visits is now planned and others are taking shape.
Our lectures for the coming season are in place and you will find a wonderful mix of topics, all delivered by well recognised and respected lecturers. We look forward to welcoming you, along with our new members, on the first day of the new season on 1st October 2019 when our first lecture is by Louise Schofield. She tells of the Queen of Sheba’s epic journey to the court of King Soloman and is entitled ‘Temples, Tombs and Treasures: In Search of the Queen of Sheba’. Find out much more from the ‘Lectures’ menu tab above.
We have an exciting Special Interest Day with Martin Ellis on 25th February 2020 entitled ‘Fire and Form: 7000 Years of Ceramic Art’. More details can be found under the ‘Events’ menu tab.
Our Away Visit for 2020 is’ The Palaces & Art of Bologna, Ravenna, Mantova & Padova’ and you can find out much more under the ‘Visits’ menu tab.
There is also a Day Visit on 30th October, 2019 entitled ‘Windsor Castle: A Castle Restored’. In addition a programme of Garden Visits is in the planning and more details will follow soon.
In the meantime, we wish you all a very happy summer and see you in October.
Welcome from our Chairperson
THE ARTS SOCIETY KINGTON LANGLEY is an affiliated member of The Arts Society, a leading education charity with a global network of 385 societies bringing people together through a shared interest in the arts.
We meet monthly at 11.00am on the 1st Tuesday of the month (except August and September) to hear excellent lecturers share their specialist knowledge about the arts.
In addition, we offer study days, visits to places of interest, visits to gardens of interest and an annual ‘away visit’ to a major town or city in either UK or Europe.
We run a Young Arts Programme, fundraising and giving grants to support arts related projects for the students and specialist training for staff in our local schools.
We also offer volunteering opportunities to include heritage causes and children’s trails of discovery.
Please explore our website to find out more about us and how you can join the society.
Jackie Jones (Chairperson)