William Morris Society Lectures

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William Morris Society Museum
Kelmscott House

26 Upper Mall, W6 9TA

(nearest Tube station is Ravenscourt Park)

Tel: 020 8741 3735


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William Morris was a nineteenth century arts and crafts pioneer.

The William Morris Society, based at Kelmscott House, is open to the public on Thursdays and Saturdays from 2-5pm, or by prior arrangment, and features original arts, textiles and a printing press.

Upcoming Lectures:

(£4 for WMS members and £5 for non-members unless otherwise stated)

Saturday, 25 April, 10 am - 5 pm
Craft Workshop: Introduction to Appliqué
Led by Zoë Wilson-Dutton
£35 for members, £40 for non-members.

Saturday, 9 May, 2.15 pm
William Morris Society Annual General Meeting
Followed by the Penelope Fitzgerald Lecture on the Work of the William Morris Craft Fellowship by Tom Flemons. Tom is a stone mason and conservator. He is also the chair of the William Morris Craft Fellowship Trust, which is a craft guild and charity set up by former William Morris Craft Fellows to raise money and support for continuing WMC Fellowships. He is also a member of the SPAB educational charity.

Saturday, 23 May, 2.15 pm

Red House Occupiers after Morris
Malcolm Youngs

April 2, 2009