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4NADFAS REVIEW / WINTER 2011www.nadfas.org.uk6 NATIONAL NEWSGet connected with NADFAS via online and social media;exciting National Events for 2012 announced, and submityour nominations for the position of NADFAS Trustee now. 8NATIONAL EVENTSThis year's NADFAS National Chairman's event will be held at the Hepworth Wakefield Gallery in Yorkshire. 10 ARTS NEWSTate's extension to open in 2012; new Colchester gallerybased on ancient site; museum visitor numbers on the up.14 WHAT'S ONA round-up of gallery exhibitions taking place across the UK this winter.20 AREA COURSESA nationwide programme of NADFAS courses. Clockwise fromleft: Discover thestories behindkey images takenduring theQueen's 60-yearreign (p24); Findout about the EastIndia Companyand an excitingnew researchproject (p28); Seeworks bysculptor BarbaraHepworthat thenew HepworthWakefield (p44)ContentsWinter 2011THE NADFAS GIFT CATALOGUE CAN BE FOUND ON PAGE 6324ROYAL VIEWIn celebration of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in 2012, Windsor Castle is hosting an exhibition detailing 60 key photographs that have framed the British public's understanding of their monarch. 28 UNLOCKING THE PASTNADFAS-accredited lecturer Dr Helen Clifford is calling onmembers to assist in a new research project, 'The East India Company at Home 1757-1857'. 34BEYOND THE BATTLEFIELDThe curator of Cornwall's Regimental Museum, which hasone of the best collections of small arms artefacts in the country, offers an insight into some of the exhibits. 38NADFAS BOARD OF TRUSTEES RECRUITMENTCurrent Trustee Heather Spencer gives an overview of this rewarding role as well as details of how to apply.

www.nadfas.org.ukNADFAS REVIEW / WINTER 2011 40MAKE YOUR MARKThe latest initiative of the Public Catalogue Foundation allows art lovers to tag information on a searchable database of publicly-owned artwork.42UPSTAIRS, DOWNSTAIRSA new exhibition at the St Barbe Museum in Lymington tells the history of early-20th-century country house life forboth the owners and the servants in the quarters below.44PERFECTLY FORMEDHow Britain's major new art gallery, the Hepworth Wakefield, has won great acclaim to help put Yorkshire on the international arts map. 50OFFERS Special prices for performances by the English National Ballet and the West End production of ThePitmen Painters,plus special talks and screenings at the Hepworth Wakefield.52AN OLD HEAD ON YOUNG SHOULDERSNews from a Patricia May Memorial Fund beneficiary. 54NADFAS AGM 2012 The next AGM takes place at London's Kensington Town Hall on 9 May 2012. 56 THE HOMEMAKERAs Sir Terence Conran turns 80, Hannah Booth previews a new Design Museum exhibition charting his career.58CULTURAL GETAWAYSA tours update from our travel affiliates on what's new for 2012 to help you plan your next cultural getaway.62AFFILIATE MEMBERSHIPNADFAS's membership scheme is the perfect cultural gift for those interested in the work of the Association.64SOUTH WEST AREA FOCUSHow Societies in the South West have been championing the NADFAS cause and getting involved with Young Arts.66SOCIETIES NEWSThe latest news from local and overseas Societies.74CROSSWORDThis issue's brain teaser.Clockwise fromtop: Book yourplace on theNationalChairman's eventat the HepworthWakefield (p8);Sir TerenceConran has hada major impacton the way welive in Britain(p56); Explorehistoric Sevillewith a NADFAS-affiliated tour in2012 (p58)