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Our latest offers for members and supporters
3 Jul 2022
Benefits, discounts and treats for members and supporters of The Arts Society
A special offer on a visit to Kelmscott Manor
Head to the Cotswolds to visit the house that William Morris called his ‘Heaven on Earth’. Kelmscott Manor was both home and inspiration to the leading figure of the Arts and Crafts Movement. Morris viewed his home as a work of true craftsmanship – and over the past 30 months it has undergone a £6m conservation and refurbishment project.
The Arts Society Members and Supporters are offered a special 10% discount off the entry ticket price when booking online for September 2022. Simply input the code ‘ARTSSOC1’ when purchasing your ticket for that month at kelmscott-manor.merlintickets.co.uk
20% Off and Finest Rosé Firehorse Scarves Collection
The Firehorse collection of pure silk and cotton scarves is designed and handmade in the UK. Featuring limited- edition artworks by up-and-coming UK designers, Firehorse Luxe Collection pieces are made from pure silk satin, with hand-rolled edges for perfect drape and structure. Firehorse scarves are investment pieces, each beautifully presented in a luxury gift box.
To receive a 20% discount and a complimentary bottle of Simpsons Canterbury Rose Sparkling Rosé, visit firehorsefashion.com and use code ‘ART20’ at checkout. Offer valid until 31 October.
30% off The Real and the Romantic
The Real and the Romantic: English Art Between Two World Wars is by Frances Spalding, one of Britain’sleading art historians and critics. It takes a fresh look at what was produced when Britain was recovering from the impact of World War I. Learn of the challenges figures such as Picasso and Cézanne represented to British artists; how women artists contributed to the new avant-garde; and how Surrealism emerged and fed the British appetite for the curious.
Publisher Thames & Hudson is offering the book at a special discount price of £24.50 (RRP £35). To buy, go to thamesandhudson.com and input the code ‘FRANCES30’. Offer valid until 31 December.
Reader discount on A Little History of Art
In a new book that reframes art history, art critic and broadcaster Charlotte Mullins takes the reader on a journey through 100,000 years of art, expanding the story to celebrate both renowned and overlooked or forgotten artists, including those who create art as resistance. A Little History of Art shows how art can help us see the world differently and understand our place within it, while fuelling our creativity.
You can now purchase this book, published by Yale University Press, at the special price of £14.45 (RRP £16.99), including free postage and packaging. Go to yalebooks.co.uk quoting the code ‘ALHOA’. Offer valid until 30 September (UK orders only).
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