Ludlow Arts: Word

Ludlow Arts: Word

The Arts Society Teme Valley

The Arts Society Teme Valley as an affiliate of The Arts Society aims to give its members and the public opportunities to learn more about decorative and fine arts. We promote interest in these subjects by arranging lectures, study days when subjects can be explored in greater depth and visits to country houses and gardens and places of historic and artistic interest.

Lectures are normally held on the third Wednesday of the month, are held at the Ludlow Assembly Rooms and commence at 2:15 pm. They are held monthly (except during June, July, August and December) and cover a wide range of historical and arts-related subjects including the lives and work of famous artists, music, ballet, gardens, architecture, people and cultures etc.

The talks are given by experienced and highly qualified lecturers who are experts in their chosen field, drawn from a directory maintained by The Arts Society head office. They are primarily for members but guests may attend for a small charge. Society members can also become involved in worthwhile conservation volunteering projects in churches and stately homes. They will also receive the magazine The Arts Society Review.

The Society maintains links with other like minded local organisations including the University of the Third Age (U3A), follow link below.

Details of our Lectures, Study Days, Visits and Volunteering can be found on the relevant pages of the website.

The Arts Society Teme Valley programme HERE

The Arts Society Teme Valley website
A tale from the Decameron
A Tale from The Decameron by William Waterhouse

Glass panel by Mackintosh
A glass panel by Charles Rennie Mackintosh