Limpsfield Decorative and Fine Arts Society
Lectures are presented monthly on a wide range
Visits are arranged to places of historic, artistic and cultural interest. In many instances guides meet the group for an introductory lecture or guided tour.
Study Days are arranged from time to time, devoted to an in-depth examination of a specific topic or aspect of fine arts. The day usually comprises three lectures and lunch.
Tours of typically 3-5 days in either this country or Europe are also arranged from time to time.
Where they meet. St Peter’s Hall, Limpsfield, normally on the last Wednesday of the month, from September to June.
The Society now has its own web-site here http://limpsfieldarts.org/
Synopses of Lectures from March 2009 onwards can be found here
Others to read-
"Museums under our noses - from medieval books to jet aircraft" by Mrs Celia Quarrington, BA (Hons) in Humanities with Classical Studies, founder member of Betchworth DFAS. Read
Pearls Before Swine - the Long History of a Royal Necklace (Jane Kelsall). This talk provided the opportunity to discover the allure of pearls and the ways in which they have been used as status symbols and items of great beauty. Read
Peter Ainsworth, MP for East Surrey presented the prizes in the Tandridge Primary Schools Art Competition, Limpsfield Decorative and Fine Arts Society. 18 of
the 26 state primary schools in the Tandridge District submitted entries which were judged by Adrienne Parker, a local professional artist and James Carrett, Head of Fine Art at Oxted County School.
SYNOPSES OF LECTURES AFTER MARCH 2009 CAN BE READ HERE