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2018 Calendar of Events

                                                                                                     

Saturday

19th

January

Gamma

Chapter

 Jean Brushwood

Body Language

 10:00 for 10:30

Beechwood School,

Tunbridge Wells  

I became interested in the subject when
I went on the 3 month General
Management Course
at Henley Management College, and
took it as one of my options.

Whatever we are doing in life, we cannot
control some of our physical reactions to
people and situations, and knowing how to interpret these reactions can be useful in negotiations and conversations with
friends and family.

Saturday

9th

February

Alpha

Chapter

Business meeting / Member talk.

2.00pm Dulwich Hamlet Junior School, Dulwich Village SE21 7AL.

Bring & share lunch 12.45pm.

 

 Saturday

23rd

February

Gamma

Chapter

 

Picasso and His  Women

Liz Strang

 10:00 for 10:30

Beechwood School, Tunbridge Wells 

 

 Picasso’s life could be described as a collage of his woman.   Beginning – naturally - with his mother and his sister followed by his early mistresses Fernande and Eva.  We see how his portraits of these women show his early development and experiments in cubism. Then come his depictions of the 5 most significant women in his life, his first wife, the Russian Olga Khoklova and then his “aphrodite” Marie Therese Walter, and the stormy revelation of his affair with her in 1932.   Later come Dora Maar, the only one  with whom he spoke his native Spanish, Francoise Gilot, the mother of two of his children and finally his second wife Jacqueline Rocque.  We look at how his styles change when each is in the ascendancy, how the character of each influenced him and how the different ways in which he depicted them show the variations and developments of his multi-faceted workPicasso’s life could be described as a collage of his woman.   Beginning – naturally - with his mother and his sister followed by his early mistresses Fernande and Eva.  We see how his portraits of these women show his early development and experiments in cubism. Then come his depictions of the 5 most significant women in his life, his first wife, the Russian Olga Khoklova and then his “aphrodite” Marie Therese Walter, and the stormy revelation of his affair with her in 1932.   Later come Dora Maar, the only one  with whom he spoke his native Spanish, Francoise Gilot, the mother of two of his children and finally his second wife Jacqueline Rocque.  We look at how his styles change when each is in the ascendancy, how the character of each influenced him and how the different ways in which he depicted them show the variations and developments of his multi-faceted work

 

 Saturday

9th

 March

 

Alpha

Chapter 

TBA.

 

 

 

 Saturday

23rd

March

Gamma

Chapter

 To be arranged.  

Saturday

6th

April

Members and guests

GREAT BRITAIN STATE ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Devonport Hotel. Greenwich, SE10 9JW

Reception and Mezzanine shown right.

 Details to follow

 

Saturday

18th

May

 Alpha

Chapter

Morning Session.9.30am for 10.00 until 1.00pm.

Two speakers on educational issues.

Central London Venue TBA. 

 

 

   Saturday

       25th

       May

 

Gamma

Chapter

T.B.A

 

ALPHA DATES

FOR YOUR DIARY

 

18th May 2019. Speaker, Central London venue. STEM subjects. 

22nd June 2019. Visit / outing.                                        

1st week July. Visit to The Royal Society Summer Exhibition, 

20th July 2019. 2.00pm. Main Business Meeting. DHJS. Bring & Share lunch 12.45pm.


 

 

 

 

 

 

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