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09 February 2020Change of Plan
Tuesday February 11th
The Art of the Industrial Revolution
(correction to title from first MailChimp message!)
Coffee available, as usual, from 10.00
Due to the weather, Stella Lyons, will be unable to get to Glasgow.
Please spread the word; we are aware that not everyone reads their emails!
09 February 2020Two Tapestry Exhibitions : Dovecot Studios Edinburgh
Two Tapestry Exhibitions
10 Infirmary Street, Edinburgh EH1 1LT
May Morris: Art & Life explores the life and work of the youngest daughter of William Morris’ youngest daughter who took charge of the Morris & Co embroidery department at age 23 and was responsible for some of the company’s most iconic designs. While her embroidery and work is explored in detail in the exhibition, her life is equally fascinating. With female members excluded from the Art Workers Guild, she founded the Women's Guild of Arts in 1907, and was politically active throughout her life.
Mid-Century Modern: Art & Design from Conran to Quant: opens on 3rd April Featuring furniture, fashion, and photography, this exhibition explores how a group of radical young designers including Terrence Conran and Mary Quant challenged the established order of post-war Britain to herald the lifestyle revolution.
05 December 2019Impact of Second World War on Local People
Monday 9th December
Helensburgh Parish Church
£2 admission charge
Showing of the DVD which Helensburgh Heritage Trust made in 2014 to record the memories of local people who were living in the Helensburgh area during the Second World War. The showing will take place under the auspices of the University of the Third Age.
The DVD was made jointly by Stewart Noble of Helensburgh Heritage Trust and Robert Bell of West Highland Photography. It was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund under their "All Our Stories" programme.
05 December 2019Handel's Messiah by candlelight
Sunday 15th December
Helensburgh Parish Church
Helensburgh Oratorio Choir conducted by Susannah Wapshott with Justine Watts leader, soprano Sarah Power, alto Katie Grosset, tenor David Lyn and bass Phil Gault.
Tickets are available from choir members, the church office and the Scandinavian Shop in Sinclair Street.
cost £12 (£6 for students and £2 for under 16s)
05 December 2019
Festive drinks and Mince Pies.
after the lecture on
The History of Wallpaper by Jo Banharn
We celebrate the festive season with our sherry, festive cordial (non alcoholic) and mince pies party. We hope that you will be able to organise your morning so that you don't have to rush off but can stay and socialise with your TASLA friends and guests
29 November 2019Helensburgh Town Centre Walks Saturday November 30th
As part of Helensburgh's Winter Festival the Heritage Trust are offering Town Centre Walks
Starting Point is outside Victoria Halls
10.30: led by Stewart Noble
14.00: led by Nigel Millar
Come and see Helensburgh through a different pair of eyes!