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03 June 2021Zoom Lecture: Ice Age Art: the First Artists in Europe.

You are invited to our second  Zoom webinar.
June 8th, 2021 11:00 AM 
 

Ice Age Art: the First Artists in Europe

by 

 Mark Patton

A summary  is on the Lectures 2020-21 page of our website

 The link to join the lecture will be sent by email by 4th June. If you do not receive this email, please contact taslaweb@tasla.org.uk.

 Help as before will be available. 

  • If you need some help or reassurance beforehand, please contact our Secretary Lesley Smith  lsmithswps@gmail.com
  • On the morning of the lecture you can contact Kevin Henaghan for technical help; His telephone number is 07710 456852

Kevin has experience with helping other Societies’ members with technical issues.  Please note that this is only available 15 minutes before and whilst the lecture is in progress. and at no other time.   If the line is busy, Kevin will return your call.
Please try and spread the word about this  lectures to fellow Arts Society members.

After the lecture please share your views by posting a comment on our Blog.

If you find have any difficultes with the Blog please send your comments to our Secretary.

12 May 2021More from Dr Chantal- Brotherton Ratcliffe

 Event from the National Gallery

The forensic eye: How can we know who painted a painting?

Learn to read the clues with Dr Chantal-Brotherton Ratcliffe

    Monday, 10 May 2021
    Monday, 17 May 2021
    Monday, 24 May 2021


3.30 - 5.30 pm BST

The lectures available online for about a week afterwards, so still time to book now.

Click on the external linl below
 

 There is a charge for these events.

 Even if you do not wish to join the lectures, click on the link and read the interesting accompaning notes.

08 May 2021Zoom Lecture: First Catch a Squirrel

You are invited to our first  Zoom webinar.


When: May 11th, 2021 11:00 AM 

"First Catch a Squirrel..." Historical Materials and Techniques of Painting C15-C16th
by

Chantal Brotherton-Ratcliffe

A summary  is on the lectures 2020-21 page of this website

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

https://theartssociety-org.zoom.us/j/99121569014

  • Click on the link to open the Zoom lecture window and click on Join a Meeting or Launch Meeting.
  • You may be asked to type in your name and email address.  This will not be seen by anyone else or stored anywhere.
  • Wait for the lecture to start. Patty will begin with an introduction.
  •  The external link below is to a zoom tutorial which you might find helpful

The lecture will start at 11.00 but log in at least five minutes before to allow for any technical hiccups. (see Help Available below).  Make sure you have the volume control on your computer or headphones at the correct level to hear comfortably.  In order to minimise disruption to the lecture, the meeting host (the person controlling the meeting)will turn off the chat and mute the audio for those watching the lecture. You will not be able to see or talk to other people watching the lecture.

Help Available

If you need some help or reassurance beforehand, please contact our Secretary Lesley Smith  lsmithswps@gmail.com

On the morning of the lecture you can contact Kevin Henaghan for technical help; His telephone number is 07710 456852

Kevin has experience with helping other Societies’ members with technical issues.  Please note that this is only available 15 minutes before and whilst the lecture is in progress. and at no other time.   If the line is busy, Kevin will return your call.
Please try and spread the word about this  lectures to fellow Arts Society members.

 

 

 

26 April 2021TASLA Trial Zoom Lecture

You are invited to a Zoom webinar.
When: May 4, 2021 11:00 AM London
Topic: TASLA Trial Zoom Lecture


Please click the link below to join the webinar:
https://theartssociety-org.zoom.us/j/95176890427

 The following information is also available as a document that you can print . Click here to access this.

Guide to Watching Online Lectures

What is Zoom?

Zoom is a computer program which allows access to live sound and video.

What do I need to take part?

You will need a device such as a laptop, personal computer, tablet or smartphone, and an internet connection.  The Zoom software will make your connection easy and fast. You can download this for free from their website.  If your device does not have Zoom software you may be able to link via Google and selecting to join using browser.  

How will I access the Lecture?

  • TASLA will send out an email invitation with a link (It will begin with  https://theartssociety.org.zoom.us ).  The link will also be available from the website.
  • Click on the link to open the Zoom lecture window and click on Join a Meeting or Launch Meeting. You may be asked to type in your name and email address.  This will not be seen by anyone else or stored anywhere.
  • Wait for the lecture to start. Patty will begin with an introduction.
  • NOTES: The lectures will start at 11.00 but log in at least five minutes before to allow for any technical hiccups. (see Help Available).  Make sure you have the volume control on your computer or headphones at the correct level to hear comfortably.  In order to minimise disruption to the lecture, the meeting host (the person controlling the meeting)

will turn off the chat and mute the audio for those watching the lecture. You will not be able to see or talk to other people watching the lecture.

What help will be available?

Kevin Henaghan has experience with helping other Societies’ members with technical issues.  A telephone number will be given for Kevin and members will be able to call him during the lecture and up to 15 minutes before.  If the line is busy, Kevin will return your call.

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