The Community Centre 113a High St Tarporley CW6 0AY
This lecture traces merrymaking, excess, banqueting, dances and music in a feast of colour. Optional Christmas lunch for members only.
From Greek mosaics in the second century, through weddings in the Bible, Renaissance allegories of refinement and excess, 16th century peasant parties, 18th century courting rituals to the celebratory styles of 20th century painters, the depiction of parties has always been popular in the history of Western Art. The lecture traces merrymaking, excess, banqueting, dances and music in a feast of colour.
N.B. Coffee from 11:00. The lecture begins at 11:30 with Christmas lunch at 13:00 for members only. Tickets will be available from the October meeting from Mrs Freda Markham. Please inform Freda if you are attending the lecture only.
Contact details 01829 751613, mobile 07702 184495 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Alice has lectured for Oxford University Department of Continuing Education since 1998. She lectures regularly at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, and at the Oxfordshire Museum in Woodstock. Her busy freelance career includes organising History of Art study days with colleagues, and regular weekly classes in Oxfordshire and Worcestershire. In 2004 Alice joined The Arts Society and has lectured in Britain and in Europe. Since 2003 Alice has been a tutor on study holidays. In 2010 she was elected President of Banbury Fine Arts Society.