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The Arts Society Kennet and Swindon – a day of special interest
25 February @ 10:30 am
All guests will be very welcome to hear our Study Day’s lectures by Zoom
AN AGE OF CONTRAST AND CONFLICT:
Architectural Changes in Great Britain in the 19th century. A series of three illustrated lectures exploring the rapidly changing fashions in architecture throughout the 19th century
Lecture 1 (10-30-11-30) A clash of styles. What style of architecture should be adopted by a civilized western society? The ‘Greek Revival’ reflected ancient democratic values or the Gothic, symbol of the Christian West.
Lecture 2 (12 00-13 00) In Search of Godliness. The religious revival of the 19th century and the emerging wealth from industry and Empire were huge catalysts to new building in a rich variety of styles, or none.
Lecture 3 (14 00-15 00) Home Sweet Home. The last quarter of the 19th century is associated with a renewed interest in Britain’s vernacular architecture and the influence of William Morris.
The lecturer: Christopher Rogers. Christopher is past chairman of TASKS and until he retired this year, a long standing Arts Society lecturer. He ran annual courses on architectural topics for the Marlborough College Summer School from its inception until 2018. Christopher is also a long-term resident of Marlborough.
The cost of the series of lectures will be £15 per household. Payment should be made online to: Account name ‘The Arts Society Kennet and Swindon
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We will provide you with the Zoom link nearer the date.
We shall be delighted to welcome members of any society within the Wessex Area. So, please join us.