Six Illustrated Lectures by Alice Foster M.A.
Spring Term 2018
Monday 12th, 19th & 26th March,
break for Easter,
then April 9th, 16th & 23rd
1.45 - 3.45 pm each Monday, at Hospitality Suite, Malvern Theatres
Britain and Europe
The Modern Movement is generally accepted as the period from c1880-1940. This was a time of upheaval, social change and devastating world wars. Modern art has been told in terms of men and women who pursued a dialogue about the meaning of expressing a sense of place, time and individuality. Movements covered will include Belgian Symbolism, Futurism, Bloomsbury, The Call to Order, Surrealism, and Abstraction.
Contact: Fiona firstname.lastname@example.org (01531 890249)
Lynne, Charles and I are doing a study day in Churchill on 24 March "A Glass of Pop", dealing with the Pop Art Movement, click for details
Duncan Grant, The Doorway, 1929, (Arts Council Coll)
Wassily Kandinsky, Cossacks, 1911, (Tate Modern).