Next talk is 'Sickert and the Camden Town Murder' by Steven Barrett
The Camden Town Murder by Sickert
The Arts Society Chiswick has decided to resume live lectures in 2022, the first being at 8pm on Thursday, 13th January 2022 at POSK.
The lecture: “Sickert and the Camden Town Murder” will be given by Steven Barrett.
It examines the series of paintings and prints Sickert produced in response to the sensational ‘Camden Town Murder’ of 1907 and its aftermath.
Doors open at 7pm, as does the private bar. The lecture will start at 8pm and guests are welcome - £10 on the door.
On Wednesday 19 January from 2.30pm – 3:30pm there will be “A Virtual Tour of the Wonderful City of Bath” by Katherine Alcock via Zoom.
Members will received joining information by email and if guests would like to join us for this virtual visit they would be most welcome. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information about payment and receiving the Zoom link.
“We were delighted to welcome in the New Year with another live lecture as well as a virtual visit,“ Olivia Freeman, Chair, The Arts Society Chiswick.
Membership of the Arts Society Chiswick includes 10 expert lectures on the 2nd Thursday of every month (except August and December) and the opportunity to participate in tours, visits, social events and Special Interest Days. For more information see the society's web site.
The Arts Society Chiswick brings people together through a shared curiosity for the arts, to create opportunities for everyone to be part of a diverse community in which they can enjoy, learn about, participate in, and preserve the Arts and Cultural Heritage.
To become a member visit the Joining Us page of its website.
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January 9, 2022