The Arts Society Rutland
Special Interest Days Thursday 21st June 2018 (Additional payment required) Anniversary Celebratory Lecture and Lunch at Stanford Hall ' Intoxicating Cocktail ' Mary Alexander BA (Hons  MA Between the wars, Paris was the hub of cutting edge experiments  in the visual and performing arts. The city became a magnet for international creative talent, including African-American musicians escaping the restrictions of racial segregation and Prohibition at home. The new 'jazz hot' brought together audiences from the artistic avant- garde, the music halls and the exotic cabarets of Montmartre. A vibrant modernist design style emerged from this dynamic cultural fusion. We will meet the artists, designers, musicians, dancers and impresarios and recreate how it felt to be in the middle of this exciting new cocktail of talent. Directions to find the venue:-  From the centre of Market Harborough turn onto the Old Coventry Rd (A4304) signposted to Lutterworth (M1) Stanford Hall takes approximately 25 minutes to drive from this point. Keep on the main Rd. A4304 At the far end of North Kilworth turn left following the brown sign post to Stanford Hall. Drive through South Kilworth following the brown signs Turn left to Stanford on Avon signposted 1 1/2 miles. At the T junction in Stanford on Avon turn right ( Church on right ) Shortly the Hall is on your right, come through the gate and up the drive. There are plenty of parking spaces Click here for the booking form Art Deco influences Web site created and maintained by Janet Groome, Handshake Computer Training 
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Special Interest Days Thursday 21st June 2018 (Additional payment required) Anniversary Celebratory Lecture and Lunch at Stanford Hall ' Intoxicating Cocktail ' Mary Alexander BA (Hons  MA Between the wars, Paris was the hub of cutting edge experiments  in the visual and performing arts. The city became a magnet for international creative talent, including African-American musicians escaping the restrictions of racial segregation and Prohibition at home. The new 'jazz hot' brought together audiences from the artistic avant-garde, the music halls and the exotic cabarets of Montmartre. A vibrant modernist design style emerged from this dynamic cultural fusion. We will meet the artists, designers, musicians, dancers and impresarios and recreate how it felt to be in the middle of this exciting new cocktail of talent. Directions to find the venue:-  From the centre of Market Harborough turn onto the Old Coventry Rd (A4304) signposted to Lutterworth (M1) Stanford Hall takes approximately 25 minutes to drive from this point. Keep on the main Rd. A4304 At the far end of North Kilworth turn left following the brown sign post to Stanford Hall. Drive through South Kilworth following the brown signs Turn left to Stanford on Avon signposted 1 1/2 miles. At the T junction in Stanford on Avon turn right ( Church on right ) Shortly the Hall is on your right, come through the gate and up the drive. There are plenty of parking spaces Click here for the booking form Art Deco influences
The Arts Society Rutland