West Wycombe Decorative & Fine Arts Society
West Wycombe Decorative & Fine Arts Society
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Welcome

The West Wycombe Decorative & Fine Arts Society is a Member Society of the National Association of Decorative & Fine Arts Societies. There are over 360 Societies across the UK, mainland Europe and New Zealand and the sister organisation, ADFAS in Australia.

NADFAS, a leading arts charity, works to advance decorative and fine arts education and appreciation. It also promotes the preservation of artistic heritage by bringing together groups of like minded individuals through regular lectures, study days, visits, tours and a number of volunteering activities including Church Recording, Heritage Volunteering , Theatre Club  and  Young Arts .

What can you expect? Our inspiring monthly lecture programme covers a wide range of diverse topics including china, glass, architecture, paintings and music, all from recognised experts in their respective fields. We arrange visits to art galleries, museums and places of historic and artistic interest at home and abroad providing the opportunity to learn, have fun and make new and lasting friendships.Our society is also an Art Fund member.



 

Notice Board

  •  Special Interest Day: A history of Jewellery from Elizabeth I to  Elizabeth Taylor John Benjamin Wednesday 29 March 2017 Click here to view
  • Next Lecture: Titian - The First Modern Artist Douglas Skeggs Wednesday 19 April 2017 . Click here to view
  • WWDFAS hosted the Chiltern Hills Area Meeting on the 8th March 2017. Click here for more information and pictures of the event
  • There are still places available for the visit to the Brighton Pavilion,with a guided tour, and to the Brighton Museum to see the Constable exhibition as well as the permanent collection. Please contact Paula Hearnes.  Click here for more information and then then click on the second item on the list
  • News Item: Special Interest Day Review by Paula Hearnes. Click here to view Please read the 2016 Chairman's Report in the documents section. Click here to view
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