NO LECTURES WILL TAKE PLACE IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER.
Previously postponed lectures will be rescheduled where possible.
See details below.
All lectures are held at Salones Canor, Camino del Assagador de Canor, 03724 Teulada.
All lectures are sponsored by Blevins Franks
Coffee and registration from 10.00.
Registration closes at 10.50.
Please be in your seats by 10.55 for a prompt start at 11:00.
Visitors are welcome at a charge of €15.
|Pre register for meeting||In order to assist with meeting Covid-19 requirements we ask that all members and visitors wishing to attend a lecture, pre-register on line by clicking on this link.|
|Thursday November 5th, 11am: Guernica: Biography of a Painting by: Peter Atkinson|
|With regret, this lecture has been cancelled in accordance with the latest government regulations. It is planned to be rescheduled for January 2021.|
|Thursday December 3rd: Domenico Chiocchetti and Orkney's Italian Chapel by: Doctor Angela Chantry||With regret, this lecture has been cancelled in accordance with the latest government regulations.|
|This passionate story of Orkney's Italian Chapel is centered on how the Chapel was built by Italian POWs held on the island during the Second World War. The sanctuary of the chapel was painted by Domenico Chiocchetti, a talented painter before the war, and his life and work will be examined.|
|Thursday October 1 st: Political Art by: Rosalind Miranda|
|Although most propaganda is of a political nature, this presentation shows how independent artists have tried and succeeded to put across their message that reflects how they see their own present and past times. The works discussed are from the 19th through the 21st century. This lecture will help in understanding what the “Political Artist” is trying to convey.|
|Thursday February 6th: Charles Rennie Macintosh - more than just a tea room by: Stella Lyons|
|-i||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.|