William Morris. Wey pattern, 1883.

What’s on: future Online study days

Online study days are designed to explore specific subjects in depth, under the leadership of one or more expert lecturers. The topics range widely across different periods, cultures and aspects of art and architecture. Online courses are recorded (subject to lecturer permission) and available to ticketholders for two weeks after the event.

Online study days will be delivered via Zoom. You will need to be familiar with this app in order to participate – we do not have the capacity to provide any back-up or advice on the use of Zoom. We recommend that you log on to Zoom 15 minutes before the start time of the event even if you are familiar with the app since the process can take some time if a lot of participants are logging on at the same time.

If you reserve a place you will receive an invitation in advance containing a link which you will need to join the event. Online events will be recorded and available to ticketholders for two weeks after the event.

Currently the fee for online study days is £40. Please note that events are open to Society members only.

PLEASE NOTE THAT BOOKING CLOSES 48 HOURS BEFORE THE START OF THE EVENT.

Members only

Online event

Marcel Duchamp

  • Wed 17 July 2024
    11am-4.15pm
  • Lettsom House
  • Lecturer: Ben Street

Was Marcel Duchamp the most influential artist of the twentieth century? Probably. This day of lectures will take in the range of Duchamp’s output to present him as a multifaceted creative force whose influence continues to be felt in the art of our time.

Members only

Places available

Four English Medieval Churches in Context

  • Wed 20 - Thu 21 November 2024
    2.30-5pm each day
  • Lecturer: John McNeill

The aim of this study day is to examine four surviving medieval ecclesiastical buildings – a cathedral (Exeter), a parish church (Grantham), a burial chapel (Warwick), and a monastic ruin (Glastonbury) – and  to do so from the perspective of their function and architectural character.

Study Events Coordinators

Maggie Stockton

Nora Moss

 

WAYS TO BOOK AND PAY FOR EVENTS

We prefer 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;  cancellation policy; what happens if the Society cancels a Course or Study Event. Read full details here, or download a PDF of our Terms and Conditions.