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    ARTSOUP: ART STORIES

    ARTSOUP: ART STORIES

    17/01/2017

    ARTSOUP - Short adult courses on art, artists and ideas taking place in central Richmond. The sessions are informal, informative and participatory – creating friendly spaces to meet people, learn and be inspired. Each week, we’ll focus on a different exhibitions that can be seen in London, covering an eclectic range of styles, cultures, time periods and artistic forms. Together we’ll interpret and decipher key works and curatorial perspectives, helping students to develop knowledge and a critical approach. Time will be spent looking at the broader context of each exhibition, and expanding on the themes explored. Programme: Wk 1: Australia’s Impressionists (Nat Gal) Wk 2: Robert Rauschenberg (Tate Mod) Wk 3: Dutch & Flemish masterpieces (Dulwich Pic Gal) Wk 4:The Radical Eye; Modernist Photography (Tate Mod) Wk 5 Revolution; Russian art (RA) Wk 6: Paolozzi (Whitechapel) Wk 7: America after the fall; Painting in the 1930s (RA) £77 for 7 lectures, including refreshments

    ARTSOUP: ART STORIES

    ARTSOUP: ART STORIES

    17/01/2017

    ARTSOUP - Short courses on art, artists and ideas taking place in venues around London. The sessions are informal, informative and participatory – creating friendly spaces to meet people, learn and be inspired we’ll focus on a different exhibition each week that can be seen in and around London, covering an eclectic range of styles, cultures, time periods and artistic forms. Together we’ll interpret and decipher key works and curatorial perspectives, helping students to develop knowledge and a critical approach. Time will be spent looking at the broader context of each exhibition, and expanding on the themes explored. Wk 1: Australia’s Impressionists (Nat Gal) Wk 2: Robert Rauschenberg (Tate Mod) Wk 3: Dutch & Flemish masterpieces (Dulwich Pic Gal) Wk 4:The Radical Eye (Tate Mod) Wk 5: Revolution: Russian art (RA) Wk 6: Paolozzi (Whitechapel) Wk 7:America after fall; Painting in the 1930s (RA) Fee: £77 for 7 lectures including coffee and biscuits

    ARTSOUP: ART STORIES

    ARTSOUP: ART STORIES

    17/01/2017

    ARTSOUP - Short courses on art, artists and ideas taking place in venues around London. The sessions are informal, informative and participatory – creating friendly spaces to meet people, learn and be inspired we’ll focus on a different exhibition each week that can be seen in and around London, covering an eclectic range of styles, cultures, time periods and artistic forms. Together we’ll interpret and decipher key works and curatorial perspectives, helping students to develop knowledge and a critical approach. Time will be spent looking at the broader context of each exhibition, and expanding on the themes explored. Wk 1: Australia’s Impressionists (Nat Gal) Wk 2: Robert Rauschenberg (Tate Mod) Wk 3: Dutch & Flemish masterpieces (Dulwich Pic Gal) Wk 4:The Radical Eye (Tate Mod) Wk 5: Revolution: Russian art (RA) Wk 6: Paolozzi (Whitechapel) Wk 7:America after fall; Painting in the 1930s (RA) Fee: £77 for 7 lectures including coffee and biscuits

    Old Time Music Hall

    Old Time Music Hall

    21/01/2017

    Rotary International and Wiz presents an Old Time Music Hall, in aid of The Rotary Club Charity, The Richmond Carers Association Charity and The Down's Syndrome Association Charity.

    Laughs & Scarves

    Laughs & Scarves

    23/01/2017

    Uplifting celebration of dance using silk scarves, and instruments to enhance the sensory experience

    YMCA Trips:Ditchling Museum of Art and Craft with group tour

    YMCA Trips:Ditchling Museum of Art and Craft with group tour

    26/01/2017

    The museum in Ditchling holds art and craft work collections that are said to be internationally important. Senior Social Members, £ 21; Non-members, £24

    RACC Cinema: "Untouchable" - French Cinema

    RACC Cinema: "Untouchable" - French Cinema

    26/01/2017

    RACC Cinema: "Untouchable" - French Cinema - Thurs 26th Jan 2017

    The Fight For Beauty

    The Fight For Beauty

    26/01/2017

    The Fight For Beauty: Our Path to a Better Future Public lecture with Dame Fiona Reynolds With Daniel Raven-Ellison, guerilla geographer and National Geographic Emerging Explorer Introduced and chaired by Rowan Conway, Director of Development, RSA Thursday, 26th January at the Duke Street Church, Richmond Individual £12.50; Early bird book before 1 Jan 2017 £10.00; Member £7.50

    Richmond Talent Showcase

    Richmond Talent Showcase

    28/01/2017

    Richmond Talent Showcase Saturday 28th January 2017 7.10pm Tickets: Adults £12.50, children £6 from 020 8891 7123, emailing mayors.office@richmond.gov.uk or going online to www.richmond.gov.uk/mayors_charities

    French Opera

    French Opera

    28/01/2017

    Opera Foundry presents an evening of 19th and 20th Century French Opera. The programme contains a mix of arias through to full scenes, including an excerpt from Berlioz’s ambitious Les Troyens, and scenes from Massenet’s Don Quichotte and Werther

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