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LECTURES

Horsley Lovelace lectures take place on the third Wednesday of each month (except August and December) at East Horsley Village Hall.

Lectures commence at 10.30am but the doors are open from 9.45am for those who want to come in earlier for a chat with friends and a cup of tea or coffee.

 

Guests are welcome to attend the monthly lecture up to three times a year and can pay a £5 fee on the door.

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UPCOMING LECTURES

  • Art After Windrush: Postcolonial Artists in Britain Since 1948
    Art After Windrush: Postcolonial Artists in Britain Since 1948
    Wed, 17 Jul
    17 Jul 2024, 10:30
    East Horsley Village Hall, Kingston Ave, East Horsley, Leatherhead KT24 6QT
    The lecture looks at the contributions made by artists of African, Caribbean or Asian origin to British art since the SS Empire Windrush arrived in Tilbury from the West Indies in 1948.
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  • Undressing Antiques
    Undressing Antiques
    Wed, 18 Sept
    18 Sept 2024, 10:30
    East Horsley Village Hall, Kingston Ave, East Horsley, Leatherhead KT24 6QT
    “Antiques. I don’t understand them and they’re beyond my budget. They’re not for me.” This lecture is a persuasive introduction to buying antiques and integrating and using them in todays' homes.
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  • Revealing The Splendours of Egypt
    Revealing The Splendours of Egypt
    Wed, 16 Oct
    16 Oct 2024, 10:30
    East Horsley Village Hall, Kingston Ave, East Horsley, Leatherhead KT24 6QT
    It's not all about Tutankhamun
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  • A Portrait of Jewels
    A Portrait of Jewels
    Wed, 20 Nov
    20 Nov 2024, 10:30
    East Horsley Village Hall, Kingston Ave, East Horsley, Leatherhead KT24 6QT
    Following a visit to the National Gallery, Andrew Prince wondered what happened to the jewellery shown in some of the portraits. It inspired him to do some investigating. His talk traces what became of some those items worn by people such as Elizabeth I and Mary Queen of Scots
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