January update

Happy New Year!

Sincere apologies again for the incorrect information in the previous update/Facebook. The next lecture is on 14 January and I apologise once again for the mis-information.

Details for the log-in will be issued shortly. In the meantime, we hope this finds you well and, despite the lockdown, you all managed to enjoy the festivities over Christmas and the New Year.

We will welcome to our February lecture, Georgina Bexon, who will tell us the fascinating story of “Koh-l-Noor; the Most Famous Diamond in the World”, which has been the subject of desire, jealousy, intrigue and political chicanery. We hope you can join us at 2pm on 11 February.

You are invited: On Tuesday 26 January 2021 The Arts Society Runnymede, in association with Cumberland Lodge, to a Special Interest event (10.00am – 12.45pm) Online via Zoom Webinair: The Artists of Nice : Explore the life and work of artists such as Matisse and Dufy, who have been inspired by the striking beauty of the coastal French city of Nice.

Tickets: £10 per person, to support The Arts Society and the charitable work of Cumberland Lodge

Guest lecturer: The Rt Revd Christopher Herbert Former Bishop of St Albans, international art lecturer and writer, Member of the House of Lords, Visiting Professor at

the University of Surrey

More information: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-artists-of-nice-with-the-arts-society-runnymede-tickets-131310722907

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