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The Arts Society

The Arts Society
8 Guildford Street
London
WC1N 1DA
020 7430 0730
http://www.theartssociety.org
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Previous Lectures and Events

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22 Oct 15

Art and the F Word - Feminism

30 Sep 15

Science and Art: How Time has been told through the ages

1 Jul 15

The Birth and Growth of Pop Art in Europe and the USA

27 May 15

Who was the real Thomas Cromwell?

29 Apr 15

Smoke Mirrors and Sanctity: The Tudors and the Arts as Propaganda

27 Mar 15

Images of the New World: British Artists 1914-18 at The Guards Museum

28 Oct 14

Masterworks of Twentieth Century Photography

22 Oct 14

All in Art: Day of the Dead

21 Oct 14

An Evening of Words and Music

1 Oct 14

From Wild Beasts to Pickled Sharks - Modern Art Movements of the Twentieth Century

30 Sep 14

Spaddles & Sorbets: a history of ice cream

8 Sep 14

Spaddles & Sorbets: A History of Ice Cream

8 Sep 14

Behind the Scenes: Curating the Art Museum

8 Jul 14

The Fascinating World of Playing Cards

24 Jun 14

All About Isms: Making sense of art from Impressionism to the Turner Prize

6 May 14

All in Art: Architecture That Fooled The World: Old Buildings, Fakes and Fallacies

1 Apr 14

All in Art: The Vikings are Coming

18 Mar 14

Art, Craft or Curio? A general introduction to African art.

3 May 05

View Royal Watercolour Society Bicentenary Exhibition Private View

10 Nov 04

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