This informal and relaxed workshop is a gentle introduction to the delights of drawing from nature. You will spend the morning building confidence while closely observing individual flower petals, leaves and
All the world`s a stage: 17th & 18th century theatrical songs and instrumental music inspired by Shakespeare and others. Programme includes music by Holborne, Locke, Biber, Purcell, Dibdin and Arne.
John Ruskin’s attitude to Pre-Raphaelite women writers and artists reflected an unsympathetic age. The challenges faced by Christina Rossetti, Elizabeth Siddal, Georgiana Burne-Jones, Jane Morris, Evelyn de Morgan and Maria
New research is beginning to reveal that women contributed far more to the story of archaeology than previously understood. Traditionally, narrators focussed on centres of academia and used publishing prowess
Ever pondered the profound mysteries of nature? Can Arne Naess’s deep ecology unveil the wisdom inherent in our connection with the natural world? How does Soga Ryojin’s assertion, “We cannot rise
An hour of memorable musical performances, held in our wonderful oak-floored lecture room. Laurence Perkins (bassoon) with Philippa Davies (flute), Colin Honour (clarinet) and Jan Willem Nelleke (piano). Bar open before
All are invited to attend two 45-minute concerts at 11am and 2pm given by diploma-standard players completing a masterclass here at Higham with Laurence Perkins. A little audience will be