Welcome to The Arts Society Gravesend

Welcome to The Arts Society Gravesend

Please note that our lectures will be live on line until further notice as we cannot meetin the hall.We meet instead via ZOOM.

We meet in the Masonic Hall, Wrotham Road, Gravesend. DA11 OPA

The Arts Society Gravesend was formed so that people who enjoy learning about all aspects of the arts could get together and hear high quality lectures given by experts in their chosen field. Today, twenty six years on from that first meeting, we still aspire to inform and inspire our members with talks on subjects as diverse as the fine arts, sculpture, photography, THe architecture, jewellery, ceramics, glassware, textiles - the list is endless!

During the year we also arrange visits to places of interest, events and occasional tours of the UK and abroad. 

Our members not only attend for the lectures though - they enjoy the friendly and lively atmosphere and we pride ourselves on offering a warm welcome to newcomers. 

We would be delighted to see new faces at our lectures so if you think you would be interested in what we are offering, why not join us one morning? Contact our membership secretary  on 07847 361756 in advance of the meeting to book a place or a zoom link. The fee for a visitor is £5.00 

You can also contact us at 

info@theartssocietygravesend.org.uk  or Gravesend@theartssociety.org.

Lectures begin at 11 a.m. Coffee and tea are available from 10.15a.m. We ask that  everyone is seated at 10.50 for notices so we can ensure that lectures start on time.

We meet on the second Tuesday in the month except in August or December when there are no meetings. 

The annual membership fee for 2021 – 2022  is £40.00.

 

TO JOIN PLEASE CONTACT THE SOCIETY

LOCATION

The Masonic Hall
25 Wrotham Road
Gravesend
United Kingdom

DA11 0PA

MEETING TIMES

11am - 2nd - Tuesday


Society Belongs to the KENT area

EVENTS

11
January
2022

The lecture explores the passion for the exotic and beautiful tulip flower which reached its height in Amsterdam in the 1630s. 

08
February
2022

This lecture explores the work of MacDonald 'Max' Gill.

08
March
2022

This lecture explores the work of Winston Churchill the artist.