NEXT MEETING: February 6th:
AGM & Charles Renne Mackintosh - more than a tea room with Stella Lyons



Sponsored by:
Did you know that when Charles Rennie Mackintosh died, his entire estate was valued at just £88? Glaswegian-born Mackintosh, a designer, architect and artist, was the foremost Celtic exponent of Art Nouveau, and had a considerable influence on European art. But he is an even more enigmatic figure today than when he was alive. Both Mackintosh's, and his wife Margaret Macdonald’s work has a distinctive character, one that captures the transition between the Victorian era and the Modern age. This talk will consider both Charles and Margaret's life, work and legacy
The Trenchard Cox Art History Abroad Scholarship

Call for entries! The Trenchard Cox Art History Abroad Scholarship is an annual award open to 16-18 year olds inclusive, and the prize is a place on a two week Art History Abroad summer course in Venice, Florence and Rome. The scholarship candidates must submit two 400-word essays: one on a work of art they love and one on a piece that they loathe.

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Providing accommodation/travel for our speakers

We would like to thank those members who have offered to provide accommodation and/or travel to and from the airport for our speakers in 2020.

We are looking for further offers of such support for 2021. Hosters and transporters costs are well covered.


Contact Rod Anderton, Vice Chairman on
vicechair@marinaaltaarts.com if you can help

For more information about The Arts Society Marina Alta please contact secretary@marinaaltaarts.com