Wednesday 15th January 2020, 10.50am, Winston Churchill Theatre, Ruislip,   “Picasso in Britain” - Art, Politics and Outcry by Kate Aspinall

The Moor Park & Decorative & Fine Arts Society programme of talks open to all:

Wednesday 15 January 2020 “Picasso in Britain” - Art, Politics and Outcry by Kate Aspinall
Pablo Picasso had a tumultuous relationship with Britain over the course of his life, related to both his personal politics and the shock of his art.

Wednesday 19 February 2020 The Dowager Empress Cixi (1835 – 1908): Ruling from behind the Yellow Silk Screen by David Rosier
A balanced insight into the life and achievements of one of the most important women in Chinese Imperial history.

Wednesday 18 March 2020 The Civic and Livery Company Arms of the City of London by Paul D Jagger
The City of London’s relationship with heraldry is a unique one. It is at once spectacularly ancient and ultra-modern.

Venue: Winston Churchill Theatre, Ruislip, HA4 7QL at 10:50am; complimentary coffee/tea available from 10:15am; Free car parking available
Cost: donation on the door of £8.00 each is invited; Society also organises Evening Lectures and Days of Special Interest at Moor Park Mansion