Diary 2018

Saturday 14th April 2018

AGM/Study day – Revolution to Rebellion: c. 1650-1750

Alison Carter –  “Fashion at the Court of Versailles”

Mark Wallis, Director of Past Pleasures, is “delighted to return to lecture to us on his favourite period of history, and has some original costume pieces to show us. “To the Barricades!” Clothing for Revolutionaries c. 1642- 1789. 

Pat Poppy, Re-enactor – “Reproduction Costume”. A talk with examples.

Cost: Members £15, non-members  £25.  Cost includes tea and coffee – please bring your own packed lunch – Venue – Itchen Abbas & Avington Village Hall, Main Road, Itchen Abbas, Nr. Winchester, Hampshire SO21 1BQ


Saturday 9th March 2019

AGM  Spring Study Day – Stuarts, Jacobites and Tartan Heritage

The keynote speaker will be Susan North, Curator of 17th and 18th century dress at the V&A, “The Materials of Martyrdom: the clothing relics of Charles I”.

Itchen Abbas & Avington Village Hall, Main Road, Itchen Abbas, Nr Winchester, Hampshire SO21 1BQ. Further details with the Autumn newsletter. Advance notice -save the date!

Further details and booking forms with the January members newsletter.

 


Tuesday 9th April 2019

Treasures of Chilcomb

Visit to Hampshire Cultural Trust costume collection at Chilcomb House, Chilcombe laner winchester.

Further details and booking forms with the January members newsletter.


Tuesday 14th May 2019

Worthing Museum visit From shirt to shift

Lecture by Suzanne Rowland, fashion historian, on the developement of the blouse, riding habit shirts to shift dresses -1770s-1920s.  Plus “hands on” of associated costume from Worthing museum, with costume curator Gerry Connolly.

Further details and booking forms with the January members newsletter.


 

 

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