Sunset at St Ives Bridge

Cancellation and postponements due to the Corona virus

Dear Members,
Following advice form the government on the Coronavirus and directives from The Arts Society, the committee has decided to cancel the lectures in April and May. We are fortunate to have been able to re-book Caroline Shenton (Packing up the Nation: Storing Art before a Nazi Invasion ) and Rosalind Whyte ( Antony Gormley: A Body of Work) for the two remaining slots we had for the 2020-21 season, so we shall hear their lectures at similar times next year.

The AGM will be re-scheduled for our first meeting in September.

The visit to Wightwick Manor will be postponed as will the second trip to Willingham Auction House. However, we hope that the North Devon holiday will go ahead in September and that we will be able to run the trip to Waddesdon in November.

These cancellations are dispiriting indeed. I for one will certainly miss the stimulus of the lectures and the pleasurable social contact they afford. However we must comply with guidelines in these worrying times and ensure safety where we can.

The committee joins me in sending sincere wishes for your health and well-being.

Claire Sarkies

 

There is much misinformation out there.  This link takes you to the British Government’s website. 

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Please use our Guest Book for comments on the lectures, or other activities.

New members or guests will be made most welcome. There is ample free parking.

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.

Members also enjoy visits and special interest days, and can join various friendly volunteer groups.

The following trips is coming soon, follow the link below to register interest;

A report on the Cotswolds trip is in the Recent Visits page.

CAYAC

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.

Last updated 19th March 2020. Webmaster: Bob Woodham webmaster@huntsarts.org.

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