What's On

List of forthcoming events for Workers' Educational Association (WEA) , Richmond Branch:

WEA Richmond - Personal Development - Mindfulness

The White House

06 September 2019 - 06 December 2019
10:00

 

Personal Development                                                                         

 

Mindfulness                                    Course ID:    C2420825

11 weeks from Fri. 6th Sept. 2019; 10.00 – 1200.

Half term 25/10, no sessions on 01/11 and 08/11.

Venue:  The White House, 45 The Avenue, Hampton, Mddx., TW12 3RN

Tutor:    Lakhbir Bhandal     Fees: £97.90

This course aims to build knowledge and understanding of Mindfulness techniques

 and to enable students to learn regular mindfulness and meditation practices.

TO ENROLL

To enrol online, go to www.wea.org.uk, quoting course reference ID,

or by phone on 0300 303 3464.  For  more information,  contact Carol Veitch on 020 8979 5929


WEA Richmond - History - An Introduction to 20th Century History

St Andrews Church Surbiton

10 September 2019 - 26 November 2019
13:00

 

History

An Introduction to 20th Century History                    Course ID:   C2420823

11 weeks from Tue. 10th Sept. 2019; 13.30 – 15.30.

Venue: St. Andrew’s Church, Church Road, Ham, TW10 5HG:

Tutor:  Julian Roberts   Fees: £97.90

This course will introduce key themes and events from 20th century history, to provide

and overall appreciation and basis for further courses or reading.

TO ENROLL

To enrol online, go to www.wea.org.uk, quoting course reference ID,

or by phone on 0300 303 3464.  For  more information,  contact Carol Veitch on 020 8979 5929

 


WEA Richmond - Art Appreciation - What is Modernism

Oddfellows Hall

16 September 2019 - 02 December 2019
14:00

 ART APPRECIATION

 

What is Modern about Modernism?                               Course ID:   C2420813

11 weeks from Mon. 16th Sept. 2019; 14.00 – 16.00.  Half term 28/10.

Venue: Oddfellows Hall, 15 Parkshot, Richmond, TW9 2RG

Tutor:   Gitanjali Pyndiah    Fees: £97.90

This course will make a parallel with the notion of being ‘modern’ and question

how and why the movement influenced artists across the world.

 

TO ENROLL

To enrol online, go to www.wea.org.uk, quoting course reference ID,  or by phone on

0300 303 3464.  For  more information,  contact Carol Veitch on 020 8979 5929


WEA Richmond - Art Appreciation - Orientalism in 19th Century Europe

Oddfellows Hall

16 September 2019 - 02 December 2019
10:30

ART APPRECIATION

Orientalism in 19th Century Europe              Course ID:   C2420812

11 weeks from Mon. 16th Sept. 2019; 10.30 – 12.30.  Half Term 28/10

Venue: Oddfellows Hall, 15 Parkshot, Richmond, TW9 2RG

Tutor:   Gitanjali Pyndiah    Fees: £97.90

In the 19th century, Orientalist painting was a specialism of English and French

academic art.  This course looks at the works of s range of artists, such as

Eugène  Delacroix and William Holman Hunt, and their representation of what

was defined as the Orient – Turkey, North Africa and the Middle East.

TO ENROLL

To enrol online, go to www.wea.org.uk, quoting course reference ID,  or by phone on

0300 303 3464.  For  more information,  contact Carol Veitch on 020 8979 5929

 


WEA Richmond - Art Appreciation - Gallery Visits

London Galleries

18 September 2019 - 04 December 2019
10:30

Art Appreciation

London Gallery Visits               Course ID:   C2420817

11 weeks from Wed. 18th Sept. 2019; 11.00 – 13.00.    Half term 30/10.

Venue:  Field Visits (Meet first week at National Gallery, Getty Entrance).

Tutor:   Sally Ward    Fees: £97.90

On this course we will visit a wide range of galleries in London.

TO ENROLL

To enrol online, go to www.wea.org.uk, quoting course reference ID,  or by phone on

0300 303 3464.  For  more information,  contact Carol Veitch on 020 8979 5929


WEA Richmond - Literature - British and Irish Literature, 1880-1940

Oddfellows Hall

18 September 2019 - 11 December 2019
10:00

Literature

British & Irish Literature, 1880 - 1940                       Course ID:   C2420821

11 weeks from Wed. 18th Sept. 2019; 10.00 – 12.00.

This is the first of two 11-week terms.

Venue: Oddfellows Hall, 15 Parkshot, Richmond, TW9 2RG

Tutor:    Sarah Wardle   Fees: £97.90

This is the first of two 11-week courses studying the literature of the period 1880 – 1940.

TO ENROLL

To enrol online, go to www.wea.org.uk, quoting course reference ID,

or by phone on 0300 303 3464.  For  more information,  contact Carol Veitch on 020 8979 5929

 


WEA Richmond - Art Appreciation - Gallery Visits

London Galleries

19 September 2019 - 05 December 2019
11:00

Art Appreciation

 

London Gallery Visits   (Repeat of Course C2420817)    Course ID:   C2420818

11 weeks from Thur. 19th Sept. 2019; 13.00 – 15.00.  Half term 31/10.

Venue:  Field Visits  (Meet first week at National Gallery, Getty Entrance).

Tutor:   Sally Ward    Fees: £97.90

On this course we will visit a wide range of galleries in London.  Those enrolled will be advised of where to meet before the course starts.

TO ENROLL

To enrol online, go to www.wea.org.uk, quoting course reference ID,  or by phone

on 0300 303 3464.  For  more information,  contact Carol Veitch on 020 8979 5929

 


WEA Richmond - Music Appreciation - The Origins of Popular Music

Oddfellows Hall

26 September 2019 - 05 December 2019
10:30

 

Music Appreciation

 

The Origins of Popular Music                    Course ID:   C2420827

11 weeks from Thur. 26th Sept. 2019; 10.30 – 12.30.    No half term.

Venue: Oddfellows Hall, 15 Parkshot, Richmond, TW9 2RG

Tutor:   Michael Head   Fees: £97.90

Providing an introduction to the origins of popular music, so that students can appreciate

how music we take for granted came into existence.

TO ENROLL

To enrol online, go to www.wea.org.uk, quoting course reference ID,

or by phone on 0300 303 3464.  For  more information,  contact Carol Veitch on 020 8979 5929

 


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Young Writers' Festival 2019/2020 Competition Launch

Friday 19 July 2019 - Friday 6 December 2019

poetry anthology 'Time'

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