Lecture Programme 2020
The Arts Society Guernsey
Six high-quality audio-visual lectures on a variety of interesting arts subjects delivered in Guernsey by accredited expert lecturers.
Further details and membership: www.theartssociety.org/guernsey
Monday 27 April: Chatsworth and the Devonshire Family Collections 1549 - Present (Simon Seligman)
Wednesday 27 May: Bankrolling the Renaissance – a History of the Medici Family (Douglas Skeggs)
Wednesday 17 June: The Arts of Japan – Highlights of Japanese Art and Culture (Professor Marie Conte-Helm OBE)
Wednesday 23 September: Fabergé – The Life and Works of the World’s Greatest Goldsmith (John Benjamin)
Wednesday 21 October: John Singer Sargent – Power of the Portrait (Alexandra Epps)
Wednesday 18 November: What have the Huguenots ever done for us? (Vivienne Lawes)
Synopses of all six lectures and brief bios of each lecturer are posted on our website:
Venue: the venue for our lectures is Les Cotils in St Peter Port.
Membership: membership of The Arts Society Guernsey for 2020 has been levied at £60 per person: membership gives the right to attend all six lectures, so this works out very reasonably at only £10 per lecture.
There is a choice of Afternoon Membership (lectures 4:30-5:30pm) or Evening Membership (lectures 7-8pm). The afternoon and evening lectures are identical and delivered by the same lecturer.
To apply for membership please complete our online membership application form which is posted on our website (see link above).
Membership also includes complimentary membership of The Arts Society and the right to receive their quarterly arts review magazine free of charge.