2 Jul 2019 - 10:32 BY The Arts Society
Art in Clay Hatfield
Work by Ashraf Hanna/Courtesy of artist
For 25 years, Art in Clay Hatfield has celebrated the best of contemporary studio pottery and ceramic art. Located in the parklands of Hatfield House, the show brings together works by more than 200 exhibitors, and includes a programme of talks and demonstrations. Arts Society Members can enjoy 2-for-1 entry when they present a copy of the magazine or their membership card at the entrance.
Art in Clay Hatfield, Hatfield House, Hertfordshire; 16–18 August; artinclay.co.uk
Image courtesy of Brantwood
Overlooking Coniston Water, Brantwood is the former home of John Ruskin. In the bicentenary year of his birth, Arts Society Members can enjoy £1 off standard admission price (usually £8.70 for adults) when they present their membership card at the entrance. Valid until 31 December, the offer also includes entry to Incandescence: Turner in Venice (on until 4 August), which showcases a range of the artist’s oil and watercolour paintings.
Brantwood, Coniston, Cumbria; brantwood.org.uk
Isokon and the Bauhaus in Britain
In the 1930s, the Modernist Isokon building became the refuge of Bauhaus figures such as Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer, who had fled Nazi Germany. This book, written by Leyla Daybelge and Magnus Englund, and published by Batsford (pavilionbooks.com), explores Isokon’s story and the legacy of the Bauhaus artists.
For a chance to win one of three copies, email your name and address to email@example.com with ‘Bauhaus’ as the subject, or send a postcard marked ‘Bauhaus’ to The Arts Society Magazine, Think, Capital House, 25 Chapel Street, London NW1 5DH by 31 July
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