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2014 diary

January

18 Saturday
Talk: ‘Industrial South Wales in Art : 1750 - 1900’ - Brian Davies
February

22  Saturday
Talk: ‘Energy in Creation, Honeybees, and Obesity’ - Robert Pickard
28  Friday
St David’s Day Tea Party -  Jane Gagg
March
12  Wednesday
Visit: Oxford - Dorn Swaffield
22  Saturday
Talk: 'Swansea's other Thomas: John Ormond, Poet and Film-maker'- Professor M. Wynn Thomas
April
26 Saturday
Talk: ‘James Dickson Innes’ - Margaret Simons and John Hoole
30 Wednesday
Visit: Wilson Art Gallery & Museum, Cheltenham, &  Rodmarton Manor, Cirencester - Roger & Jane Gagg
May
6 Tuesday
Visit: Llandaff Cathedral, Tour, Afternoon Tea & Choral Evensong - Peter & Mari Davies
14 Wednesday
Visit: Rodin & Henry Moore Exhibition at Compton Verney - Judy Edwards
June
11 Wednesday
Visit: Frome and Stourhead House & Gardens - Dorn Swaffield
20 - 25
Tour: Dresden and Meissen - Val Courage
July
9 Wednesday
Visit: Llanelly House  & Swansea Waterfront Museum - Ann Saer & Peter Davies
August
14 Thursday
Visit: Chepstow and Abergavenny Museums -  Gwen Williams
20 Wednesday
Talk: 'Sewing Soldiers: Men and Needlework during the First World War’- Elen Phillips
September
10 Wednesday
Visit: Big Pit National Coal Museum, Blaenavon and Tretower Court and Castle - Richard Carter
20 Saturday
Talk: ‘Richard Wilson’ - Professor Prys Morgan
27 Saturday
BafM National Conference & AGM at Swansea - Further information from Marion Drake
October
7 Tuesday
Visit: Dyrham Park and Bath - Dorn Swaffield
18 Saturday
Talk: ‘Alternative Worlds; Museums and the Imagination’ - Dr Rowan Williams
21 - 28
Tour: Sorrento and Naples - Val Courage
November
1  Saturday
Annual General Meeting - Reardon Smith Lecture Theatre,
followed by a talk ‘Dylan Thomas and the Visual Arts’ - David Alston
December
8 Monday
Christmas Lunch - The Grand Hall, National Museum, Cardiff

Note: Talks are usually held in the Reardon Smith Lecture Theatre, commencing at 10.30 am.
Tickets for the talks, which are open to the general public, are available at the door.
Admission is 10 to include tea/coffee & biscuits following the talk. Friends who book and pay in advance will only be charged 8.


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