William Morris: A Very Modern Victorian

William Morris: A Very Modern Victorian

Now renowned for his work on the designed interior and his role in helping to found the Arts & Crafts Movement, in his lifetime William Morris was as well known for other talents – from poetry to publishing, heritage protection to social reform. This talk will...
Tirzah Garwood: Beyond Ravilious

Tirzah Garwood: Beyond Ravilious

James Russell, who is no stranger to our Festival, is delighted to be presenting his lecture on the remarkable artist Tirzah Garwood who was born in Kent in 1908 and attended the Eastbourne School of Art 1925-1928 where she met Eric Ravilious. Tirzah moved to London...
A Conversation with Artists: Jack Milroy and Stephen Buckley

A Conversation with Artists: Jack Milroy and Stephen Buckley

Lifelong friends, Jack and Stephen, share experiences of their work, process and vision in an illuminating evening of delightful conversation. Stephen Buckley works in an often unconventional range of materials. He was influenced by Pop Art and Dada, and addresses the...
David MacDonald: How to Save the Planet!

David MacDonald: How to Save the Planet!

Battle – not just 1066 and the birthplace of the nation, but also the UK’s first Positive Impact Financial Advice firm – fighting for a better tomorrow! Join the Path Financial founder, green money guru, disrupter and author – David Macdonald, to find out more...
The Wisdom of the Blue Zones Tips on Living to 100…or beyond!

The Wisdom of the Blue Zones Tips on Living to 100…or beyond!

Research by National Geographic Fellow and New York Times Best Selling Author, Dan Buettner, led to the discovery of what he coined the “Blue Zones,” locations where there are 10 times more centenarians than Americans. Dan and his team were in search of the secrets of...