The Coronavirus outbreak continues to affect our plans.
In February we had our second Zoom lecture, which again appears to have been a great success, judging by the feedback. A link to the next one will be put here on the day of the lecture. The lecture will take place at 2.30 p.m. on the Wednesday 10th March, see below:
10th March 2021
Lecturer: Rosalind Whyte
Antony Gormley: A Body of Work (postponed from May 2020)
Antony Gormley’s career spans nearly 40 years, during which time he has made sculpture that explores the relationship of the human body to space, often using his own body as his starting point. His work has been shown throughout the world, in galleries including the Tate in London and the Hermitage in St Petersburg, but is also often on open display, as public art, such as Another Place at Crosby Beach, near Liverpool. As well as works that he is well known for, like the iconic Angel of the North, this lecture will look at some of his earlier and less well-known works, to give an overall view of the development of his work across his whole career, up to the present time.
The current programme and the articles from September to December 2020 can downloaded from the Programme 2020-2021 page.
We were sad to learn that Patricia Spencer had passed away. An appreciation of her life can be downloaded from here.
Please note that A.G.M papers can still be downloaded below:
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Illustrated lectures will be held, when we resume normal programmes, on the second Wednesday of each month at 2.30 pm at the Burgess Hall, St Ivo Recreation Centre, St Ives. New members or guests will be made most welcome. There is ample free parking.
A report on the Cotswolds trip is in the Recent Visits page.
The Arts Society supports the Cambridgeshire Area Young Artists competition for primary and secondary schools. This awards prizes to each Key Stage, 0-5, with a special prize for best in show for both Primary and Secondary Schools.
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