The lecture will be in the Play House: 10.45 start for all members:

Beginning with the AGM. There will only be ONE lecture for ALL members starting at around 11.30. Please allow extra time for parking today.

Thursday 18th June 2020

Mary Alexander

Dazzling Dufy

Invitation to a luminous feast with Raoul Dufy.

Raoul Dufy was a key player in early twentieth century avant garde art, design and literary/theatrical circles in Paris. His imagination and technical virtuosity- across a wide variety of media including painting and lithography, posters, book illustration, theatrical set design, textiles, fashion, ceramics and large murals-cut across all conventional boundaries. He defies categorisation as he constantly innovates and experiments. This lecture explores this charismatic character whose wit and curiosity about the world was infectious.

 Mary Alexander

Mary has over 30 years’ experience as a lecturer. She has an MA in the History of Art from U.C.L. and has much experience in tutoring for the Open University as well as being museum curator at Platt Hall, the Gallery of Costume in Manchester. She has written articles on design and visual awareness issues.