Drawing for block-printed fabric Tulip and Willow by William Morris, 1873

What’s on: future study days

Study days are designed to explore specific subjects in depth, under the leadership of one or more expert lecturers. The topics range widely but we try to include subjects relating to forthcoming major exhibitions in London where possible, and recent study days have included Anglo-Saxon Treasures, the Arts and Craft Movement, Cubism and Caravaggio.

Study days are held at various central London locations (often either the Conway Hall, Bloomsbury Baptist Church Hall or the Keynes Library at Birkbeck) and typically last for five or six hours, including breaks for refreshments (tea and coffee provided) and lunch (not included).

Current fees for study days are £38 and are for members only.

Members only

Places available

Natalia Goncharova and Women Artists of the Russian Avant-Garde

  • Wed 5 June 2019
    11am-4.15pm
  • Brockway Room, Conway Hall
  • Lecturer: Dr Natalia Murray

This study day will be dedicated to the amazons of the Russian avant-garde, whose art challenged traditional aesthetic values and redefined the boundaries between art and life and led to the formation of the new Soviet woman in post-revolutionary society.

Members only

Places available

The Bauhaus: a design for life

  • Thu 4 July 2019
    11am-4.30pm
  • The Forum, Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church
  • Lecturer: Thomas Abbott

This study day will cover the origins and purpose of the Bauhaus, its history in Germany and the reflection and furthering of the Bauhaus aesthetic principle through designed objects in various media and its legacy.

 

Members only

Places available

Michelangelo: Man and Master of the Italian Renaissance

  • Tue 16 July 2019
    11am-4.15pm. (NB: no entry before 10.30am)
  • Linnean Society of London
  • Lecturer: Caroline Brooke

This study day explores Michelangelo’s life and work and considers his personality alongside with his oeuvre. It also examines the often-complex relationship between artist and patron.

Study Events Coordinator

Maggie Stockton

 

WAYS TO BOOK AND PAY FOR EVENTS

We encourage online booking using WebCollect by clicking on BOOK PLACES in the event details section. It is also possible to book by printing and completing a paper booking form  and sending it together with a cheque to our Administrator at the address on the form.

Payment for subscriptions and event bookings through WebCollect can be made by card (via PayPal), by direct debit, by bank transfer, or by cheque. For information on each payment option, you can either read more on this site, or download the information as a PDF .

If you require any further information you may call and leave a short message at tel: 0843 289 4663. Please state the event you enquiring about. (Calls cost 7p per minute plus any network access charge your phone company may levy)

Terms & Conditions

Applying for Courses and Study Events as a member of the Society;  cancelling an application (including cancellation fees, and circumstances under which we will give a full or partial refund); what happens if the Society cancels a Course or Study Event. Read more on this site, or download a PDF of our Terms and Conditions