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page 76 REVIEW / AUTUMN 2011 19WHAT'S ONUntil 2 OctoberDetails: 01243'S GALLERY PALACE OF HOLYROODHOUSEThe Northern Renaissance:Dürer to Holbein Until 15 January 2012Details: 020 7766 QUILT MUSEUM AND GALLERY YORKQuilting from the Isles3 September-23 December Details: 01904 HORTICULTURALSOCIETY GARDEN WISLEYSurrey Sculpture TrailUntil 2 OctoberDetails: 0845 260 SCOTTISH ACADEMYEDINBURGH Muse: A search for BeautyUntil 9 January 2012Details: 0131 225 6671 www.royalscottishacademy.orgTATE LIVERPOOLRene Magritte: The PleasurePrincipleUntil 16 October Details: 0151 702 ST IVESSummer Exhibition 2011Until 25 SeptemberDetails: 01736 EASTBOURNEFranziska Furter8 October-2 January 2012Details: 01323 CONTEMPORARY,MARGATENothing In The World But Youth17 September-8 January 2012Details: 01843 233000www.turnercontemporary.org10 September-8 January 2012Details: 0141 330 JERRAM GALLERYSHERBORNEJohn Maddison: New Work22 October-5 NovemberDetails: 01935 815261www.jerramgallery.comLADY LEVER ART GALLERYPORT SUNLIGHT VILLAGEThe Finishing Touch: Women's Accessories 1830-1940Until 11 DecemberDetails: 0151 478 ART GALLERYNEWCASTLE UPON TYNEColin Booth: Institute of PlayUntil 2 OctoberDetails: 0191 232 SPA ARTGALLERY AND MUSEUMLab Craft30 September-27 NovemberDetails: 01926 LOWRYSALFORD QUAYSAdolphe Valette: A Pioneer of Impressionism in Manchester15 October-29 January 2012Details: 0870 787 5780www.thelowry.comMANCHESTER ART GALLERYFord Madox Brown: Pre-Raphaelite Pioneer24 September-29 January 2012Details: 0161 235 MILLENNIUM GALLERYSHEFFIELDNew Metalwork From NADFAS BursariesUntil 31 DecemberDetails: 0114 278 MUSEUM CARDIFFArtist In Focus: GrahamSutherlandUntil 30 OctoberDetails: 02920 GALLERY AT QUEEN'S BELFASTJerwood Makers Open14 October-11 December Details: 02890 973580www.naughtongallery.orgNORWICH ARTS CENTREMark Mothersbaugh: Rugs!Rugs! Rugs!24 September-29 OctoberDetails: 01603 HOUSECHICHESTERFrida Kahlo and Diego Rivera: Masterpieces from The Gelman CollectionNADFASPresidentlines upautumndatesNADFAS President ChristopherLloyd will be holding talks on hisbook In Search of a Masterpieceat the following venues:National Gallery of Scotland,Edinburgh6 September, 12.45-1pmThis event is free to the publicTel: 0131 624 6200Gainsborough's House, Sudbury9 September, 6.30-7.30pmTicket applications should bemarked Christopher Lloyd Talkand sent to: Gainsborough'sHouse, 46 Gainsborough Street,Sudbury CO10 2EU. Tickets: £12 / £10 for FriendsTel: 01787 372958 Derby Museum and Art Gallery13 September, 6.30-7.30pmTicket prices: £5 / £3 conc. andNADFAS members Tel: 01332 641901 Off the Shelf Festival, Sheffield(in collaboration with theShowroom Cinema)24 September, 11am-12pmTickets: £7.50 / £5.50 conc. and NADFAS members Tel: 0114 256 5567 / 0114 275 7727Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool3 November, 1-2pmFree ticket from the WelcomeDesk or Tel: 0151 478 4199 Folkestone Literary Festival10 November, 4-5pmTickets: £8 / £7 conc. / £6Friends and NADFAS members Above:Still Life with Tennis Ball, John Maddison, The Jerram Gallery

Tutor: Ann ClementsTime: 10.30am-1pmExhibition at the Royal Academy2.30pm-4pmMEMBERS MUST PURCHASEOWN TICKETS TO EXHIBTIONCost: £30 (no coffee)Contact: Ann O'Donovan, 29 Brookside, Hornchurch RM11 2RR,desmond.odonovan@ntlworld.comCoinciding with the RoyalAcademy's exhibition of this title,which focuses on Edgar Degas'spreoccupation with movement, thestudy day will place this aspect ofhis work within the context of hiscareer. The exhibition willincorporate drawings, paintings,pastels and sculpture by Degas aswell as photography by the artistand his contemporaries.PATRONS AND ART: THEDUKES OF BURGUNDYDate: 18 November 2011Venue: Art Workers Guild, 6 Queen Square, London WC1Tutor: Clare Ford WilleTime: 10.30am-3.30pmCost: £30 (inc. coffee)Contact:Di Lines, 32 LawnCrescent, Richmond, TW9 3NS,dlines@onetel.comThe Dukes of Burgundy built upgreat wealth and power to becomemajor European patrons from thelate 14th- to late-15th centuries. Theacquisition of the Netherlandsthrough marriage by the first Duke,Philip the Bold, consolidated hisposition and enabled him to build aposition as a leader in the patronageof the arts. This was greatlyenhanced by his successors, Johnthe Fearless and, the last Duke,Charles the Bold, who lost it all atthe Battle of Nancy in 1477.THE MAGICIAN OF TALIESIN -THE ARCHITECTURE OFFRANK LLOYD WRIGHTDate:23 November 2011Venue: The Linnean Society,Burlington House, London W1Tutor:Margaret KnightTime: 10.30am-3.30pmCost: £25 (no coffee)Contact: Jenny Mulholland, 16Landford Close, RickmansworthHerts WD3 1NGFrank Lloyd Wright created some ofNADFAS REVIEW / AUTUMN OPEN DAY LECTURESPONSORED BY DORKINGDFAS: WORK, REST AND PRAYIN VICTORIAN ART -THESTORIES AND THE SCANDALSDate: 10 September 2011 Venue: Mickleham Village Hall Tutor:Valerie WoodgatePrice: Free (but booking required)- donations toward DorkingDFAS's Dorking Museum ProjectContact: Mole Valley DistrictCouncil Heritage Open A look at how this year's HeritageOpen Days theme of work, rest andEDUCATION: COURSESpray is depicted in the narrativepaintings of the 19th century.SYMPHONIES IN COLOUR:BYZANTINE AND ITALIANMOSAICSDate: 25 November 2011Venue: Dorking Halls, DorkingTutor:Jane AngeliniTime: 10.15amPrice: £16.50 (inc. coffee)Contact: SAE to Pamela Watling, Heathcrest, GuildfordRoad, Wescott, Nr Dorking,Surrey RH4 3LB Two lectures on the use of mosaicas an art medium, showing how itdeveloped in the Middle Ages whenthe Byzantines excelled in the artform as seen in Hagia Sofia and theChurch of Chora in Istanbul. Thenlearn how wealthy Italians importedmosaic craftsmen to adorn theircathedrals and churches in Rome,Venice, Palermo and Sicily.Contact the Study Course Organiser(SCO) to book the relevant course.Send a cheque made out to GreaterLondon Area NADFAS and a SAE tothe SCO of each course. Norefunds given except in exceptionalcircumstances, unless there is awaiting list. Tickets can be sold onby the member concerned.THE GILDED STAGE: A SOCIAL AND CULTURALHISTORY OF OPERADate: 13 October 2011 Venue: Art Workers Guild, 6Queen Square, London WC1Tutor: Daniel SnowmanTime:10.30am-3.30pmCost:£31 (inc. coffee)Contact: Rosemary Baldwin, 24 Speer Road, Thames Ditton,Surrey, KT7 0PW; richly illustrated history of an artform that incorporates all the others,this magnificent Grand Tour of themind includes stop-overs inRenaissance Italy, Handel's London,Mozart'sVienna, and Gilded AgeAmerica. Spreading worldwide inthe 20th century, is opera in dangerof becoming more of a museum artin the 21st century?DEGAS' DANCERS - EYE AND CAMERADate: 26 October 2011Venue: The Linnean Society,Burlington House, Piccadilly W1AreaCourses... across the country during autumn 2011 and beyondEAST SURREYBelow: Discover Edgar Degas' preoccupation with movementGREATER LONDONImage: Courtesy Bruce M White, Dancersc1899