Each year ADFAS Newcastle provides nine illustrated lectures on the arts. Topics can range from painting, to ceramics, to literature. Anything arty is possible.
Speakers come from the UK and Australia – and there’s always a Newcastle speaker.
Become a member to attend all nine lectures. Non-members are also always welcome and may attend up to three lecture each year (at a cost of $25 per lecture) as guests. Guests are asked to register by emailing us a few days before the lecture.
All lectures take place at 6:30pm on a Monday evening at Hunter Theatre, Hunter School of the Performing Arts (enter from Cameron St.) There is ample parking.
All lectures are followed by light refreshments.
Other events (not included in the membership fee) may take place from time to time. Most notable are Special Interest Mornings (SIM) comprising two lectures and morning tea.
NEWCASTLE IS A MEMBER OF the ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIAN DECORATIVE AND FINE ARTS SOCIETIES
Patron: Mrs Patricia Robertson OAM
President: Mr Julian Bickersteth
Vice Presidents: Mrs Marlena Jeffery, Mr Geoffrey Edwards
National Chairman: Ms Jane Smith
Just three women worked as Official war Artists during World War Two – Nora Heysen, Stella Bowen and Sybil Craig. They each made a significant body of work, bringing a fresh vision to the official expression of Australia at War.
ADFAS Newcastle Lectures
Time: 6:30pm on Monday evenings
Location: Hunter Theatre, Hunter School of the Performing Arts, 109 Lambton Rd, Broadmeadow NSW 2300
While not required we would appreciate it if guests could contact us if you plan to attend