Decorative and fine arts appreciation in Camberley

Here’s a local society about which I knew not – shame on me. It’s the Camberley Decorative & Fine Arts Society, which is part of a national organisation NADFAS. The societies say they’re function is,

to advance decorative and fine arts education and appreciation, alongside promoting the conservation of our artistic heritage.

The Camberley society say they’ve over 190 members, and hold regular talks at High Cross Church on the 4th Wednesday of almost every month. Their 2017 lecture programme can be seen HERE. Their upcoming lecture on Wednesday 22nd February, from 1.50 pm to 3.15 pm is on Lawrence of Arabia; Excavating a Legend by Dr Neil Faulkner, who is “joint academic director of the Great Arab Revolt Project which has been exploring the archaeology of WW1 in the deserts of southern Jordan since 1996.”

Here’s the front and back page of their advertising flyer, [click on image to expand].


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