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THE ARTS SOCIETY WOLVERHAMPTON

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From an original Pen & Wash by Ed Isaacs

Welcome to the Arts Society Wolverhampton

(We were formerly known as the Wolverhampton Decorative and Fine Arts Society)

We are a very active group with a diverse series of events and projects that occur throughout the year. With around 300 members, we enjoy many different aspects of the arts through lectures, visits and special projects. Meetings are held every second Monday of the month at Linden House, Tettenhall Road.
(For more information, please click on "About us" on the menu bar.)

Details of our next meeting at Linden House:

MONDAY 8 APRIL 2019
Adventures in Three Dimensions, 20th Century Sculpture in Britain

Modern sculpture is mysterious to many people, notoriously difficult and inaccessible both to look at and in the endless critical expositions which complicate more than they clarify. The works of Epstein, Moore, Hepworth, Frink and their contemporaries stand at the heart of our time, yet too often we are intimidated where we should be enthralled. The story of sculpture through the 20th century shows form manipulated to explore emotion as well as appearance, and a three-dimensional language used as expressively as any poet or novelist to reveal the rhythms and meanings of life itself.

Details of the AGM including links to all the relevant documents can be found in the Members' Page.

Lecturer: Justine Hopkins
(Justine studied History of Art at the Courtauld lnstitute and has lectured regularly for Tate Britain, Tate Modern, V&A, National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, as well as to Oxbridge and Bristol Universities, Christie's Fine Art, the Art Fund, and groups such as the Bradford on Avon Arts Association, Friends of Covent Garden and U3A.)

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