Welcome to The Arts Society Uckfield, Lewes & Newick
Wednesday, April 14, 2021 - 12:00
An exploration of the artistic skills of he Huguenots
Sue Jackson’s lecture explores the advanced artistic skills of the Huguenots, huge numbers of French immigrants into 17th century England, who settled in EastAnglia, Macclesfield, Canterbury and London. Innovators in silk weaving, as silversmiths, clock makers, opticians, bankers, gilders, ironworkers and horticulturalists, they left an enduring legacy. Paul de Lamerie, Samuel Courtauld and Jean Tijou were among the most celebrated.
How to book this event:
This lecture will be online via Zoom.
Pre-registration is required and a link will be sent to you prior to the lecture.
If you have registered for previous lectures you should not need to register again, but do contact us if you are in any doubt.
THE ARTS SOCIETY ACCREDITED LECTURER
Mrs Sue Jackson
Originally in academic art and design publishing, Sue is also a Fellow of the Huguenot Society, a Freeman of the City of London, a tutor at the City Literary Institute and a Blue Badge guide, conducting a variety of walks and visits. I am also happy to offer virtual tours.