"A view of the balloon of Mr. Sadler's ascending with him and Captain Paget of the Royal Navy from the gardens of the Mermaid Tavern at Hackney on Monday, August 12, 1811." - Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. Tissandier collection.

What’s on: future study tours

Study tours are organised by third-party fully bonded travel agents, carefully selected by our Tours Coordinator. We arrange visits to UK and European destinations which offer participants interesting cultural experiences in a relaxed environment accompanied by experts in their field. Tours vary in length (usually three to seven days).

Tours are for members only; costs are provided with each tour itinerary.

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  • Wed 11 - Mon 16 September 2019

Tour Lecturer – Tom Abbott

There is far more to Bauhaus than the ubiquitous image of the Bauhaus school building of which many of us may be aware. It is a broad movement of experimentation in disciplines including architecture, ceramics, metalwork, textiles, sculpture, stained glass, photography and print and typography. We shall see some of the buildings created by this movement but our focus will be the broad range of Art History, in visiting the museums dedicated to Bauhaus, we shall attempt to review this variety of media and encounter some remarkable artists in that process, some well-known and others less so.

A two-centre study tour based in hotels with travel on scheduled airline flights to/from Berlin Airport.

Please download and complete the booking form to join this tour.

Study Tours Organiser

Michael Pearson