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Wolverhampton Decorative and Fine Arts Society

Lectures 2017

All lectures are held at 1.45pm prompt at Linden House, 211 Tettenhall Road, Wolverhampton.

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Monday 13th MARCH 2017 VIVALDI IN VENICE
Explores the relationship of Vivaldi and his music to his native Venice.
Lecturer: Peter Medhurst GRSM ARCM
Peter Medhurst has worked as a singer, pianist and lecturer.
Over the years he has lectured for the universities of Kent and Surrey, directed a wide range of choirs, vocal ensembles and instrumental groups, and adjudicated and given masterclasses for the British Federation of Music Festivals.

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Monday 10th APRIL 2017 ART FOR AN AFTERLIFE: ANCIENT EGYPTIAN TOMB SCENES AND FUNERARY GOODS
Lucia Gahlin BA Egyptologist and Lecturer, has extensive experience in Egyptological research, teaching, museum work and excavation. Works in the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology in London.

THE AGM WILL TAKE PLACE ON MONDAY 8TH MAY 2016 Starting at 1.30pm prompt. Nominations for the committee should be received by the Secretary by 30th April 2017

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Monday 8th MAY 2017 SECRET ART IN THE PASSPORT - HOW WE USE IT TO FOX THE FORGER
Martin Lloyd. Writer, broadcaster and lecturer. Previously worked for HM Immigration Service.

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Monday 12th JUNE 2017 THE IMPERIAL EASTER EGGS OF CARL FABERGÉ – BEFORE THE REVOLUTION
Toby Faber MA MBA Writer and lecturer on Fabergé and Stradivarius. Has been managing director of the company Faber and Faber founded by his grandfather where he remains on the board.