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THE ARTS SOCIETY
STAFFORD

The Arts Society Stafford , founded in 2002, is a friendly and growing society, led by an energetic committee. Members across a range of ages are attracted from quite some distance away, but naturally centre upon the town of Stafford itself. They have in common an interest in the Decorative and Fine Arts covering history, architecture, painting, sculpture, furniture, gardens, music, drama, costume, literature, etc.

The programme of lectures (monthly except for August and December) plus occasional Study Days offer members an enjoyable social occasion whilst simultaneously enhancing their existing knowledge. The committee also organises visits and other social occasions for members.

All societies affiliated to The Arts Society (TAS) subscribe to the same aims and objectives : the advancement of arts education and appreciation, and the preservation of our artistic heritage.

We are welcoming visitors at the reduced rate of £5.00. Try us out. We now have room for more members and no waiting lists.

Programme synopsis 2019-20 quick download here.

 


NOTICE BOARD

The Rotary Club of Birmingham in conjunction with Performance Birmingham Ltd has organized a concert on 14th September this year at Symphony Hall in which Anthony Inglis will conduct the CBSO and the Treorchy Male Choir will perform a number of interesting choral pieces.  This will be a spectacular event with fireworks to finish the concert. Click here for more information.


The Staffordshire Yeomanry Museum’s Twelfth Annual Lecture will take place on Wednesday 23rd October 2019 and promises a fascinating insight into the life of R J Mitchell the man behind the Spitfire by his great-nephew, Julian Mitchell BA (Hons) MBA:  Information click here.      Booking form click here.


Study days in 2019

The application forms are now downloadable from the website.


Lifts to Study Days

If you need a lift to a Study day - please contact Heather Gardner.