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April 2018 Bulletin
Monday 30 April 2018

Results of the Member Survey

Many thanks to all 105 members who took the time to complete our member survey. The committee are reviewing all your answers and comments and we will be letting you know shortly what changes and improvements we are planning as a result.

 Church Recording - calling all volunteers

16 members said that they would like to be involved in a future project - if you were one of them please could you email Branwen churchrectheartssocietywham@gmail.com

 Young Arts- calling all volunteers

Similarly 16 members said that they would be interested in getting involved in this activity - if you were one of them please could you email Jo jom1001@yahoo.co.uk

  

Young Arts

Annual Photography Competition under 18s category

'Service to Others in Wokingham'

As part of this year's Young Arts programme we are funding an under 18s prize and trophy in the 'Love Wokingham' Annual Photography Competition for the best photograph depicting 'Service to Others in Wokingham'. The closing date is 8th June. For details email Chris Gulliver chris@chrisgulliver.plus.com

  

Local Events

'America’s Cool Modernism - Keeffe to Hopper'

Ashmolean, Oxford

23rd March – 22nd July

Those of you who enjoyed the February lecture on Edward Hopper may be interested in the current exhibition at the Ashmolean in Oxford, entitled ‘America’s Cool Modernism - Keeffe to Hopper’. It is on until 22 July. For more details go to https://www.ashmolean.org/exhibitions

 

'Patron Saints - Collecting Stanley Spencer'

Stanley Spencer Gallery, Cookham

Just opened - until 4th November

Some of you may have read about the new Stanley Spencer Exhibition which has just opened in Cookham. It covers 21 works lent by their (local) owners when Spencer was reliant on local sponsors. For more details go to http://www.stanleyspencer.org.uk/