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Day Courses, Lectures and Concerts can all be booked online. For Residential Courses please contact Dillington House via email or telephone so we can discuss your room requirements.

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70th Anniversary – St Ives Artists – Ben Nicholson: Another Dimension

20 November 2021 -

From Caravaggio to Constable, one of the abiding preoccupations of Western Art has been the play of light and shade. To be able to conjure in oil or watercolour, a…

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70th Anniversary – St Ives Artists – Peter Lanyon; A New Point of View

8 January 2022 -

‘I want to show what I know and what I feel. Not just what I see.’ Before it can be painted, the landscape must be experienced and that is why…

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A Country Bouquet – Ribbon Embroidery

2 September 2021 -

Create your own beautiful bouquet of flowers and foliage in stitch and pure silk ribbon embroidery. This technique is very satisfying and easy to master. Your finished piece could be…

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Advanced Crochet Workshop

9 September 2021 -

This course is part of  Dillington Discoveries Autumn week. Add dimension to your stitchwork and create more texture in your crochet. Learn the secrets of blending colour whilst working with…

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Art Courses with David Chandler

5 September 2021 10 September 2021 -

These courses are part of Dillington Discovery Autumn week. Click on the subject titles below for more details on each course. Monday to Wednesday – Pencil to Paint Our relationship…

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Aspects of West Country History at Home and Overseas from 1790-1900

15 August 2021 20 August 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discoveries Summer week. Looking at the local, social and economic history of the West Country, picking out a number of topics in detail. Topics…

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Bags of Fun

28 September 2021 -

Making bags is a great way of using up small amounts of fabric left over from larger projects, perhaps to match or co-ordinate with an outfit. Students can use their…

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Beginners Crochet

13 September 2021 -

Master the basics of crochet on this one-day workshop. Learn how to create a basic chain and simple crochet stitches. The day is very hands on and you will be…

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Beginners Knitting

23 September 2021 -

Start your journey into the wonderful world of knitting. You will be guided through the basic techniques of cast on and cast off, the first knit and purl stitches and…

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Belle Époque: The Music of France 1870-1914

24 September 2021 26 September 2021 -

‘La Belle Époque’ is a phrase used to describe the period of relative peace and prosperity between the Franco-Prussian War of 1870 and the outbreak of World War 1 in…

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Bobbin Lace

27 June 2021 2 July 2021 -

This course will suit all abilities of bobbin lacemakers from those just starting through to advanced. It covers English laces and many from the continent including Belgium, Spain and Russia.…

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Bobbin Lace

15 October 2021 18 October 2021 -

This course will suit all abilities of bobbin lacemakers from those just starting through to advanced. It covers English laces and many from the continent including Belgium, Spain and Russia.…

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Bookbinding

8 November 2021 12 November 2021 -

This course for intermediate students is designed to develop the skills of those who have followed the beginners’ introductory course and would like to pursue the craft further. Students will…

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Botanical Illustration

19 July 2021 22 July 2021 -

Botanical Illustration is precise detailed work, a combination of art and science. This studio based watercolour course is for all ability levels: no experience of art or botany is required,…

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Chinese Brush Painting – Flower, Bird and Insects in Freehand Style

10 August 2021 11 August 2021 -

This practical course will focus on painting flower and birds as well as some insects in freehand style. It will start from wisteria with bird, then bamboo, followed by peony…

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Christmas Card and Gift Block Printing

16 November 2021 -

A day to explore the craft of Indian Block Printing to create your own wrapping paper, cards and textile product. You will have the opportunity to use a collection of…

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Christmas Corn Dolly Workshop

15 November 2021 -

Corn dollies are a form of straw work made as part of harvest customs and decoration. During the day you will be shown traditional methods of making a Corndolly and…

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Classical Guitar Orchestra Weekend

25 February 2022 27 February 2022 -

A unique musical experience for classical guitarists of all ages and of varying abilities (but not complete beginners). The emphasis is on participation, with students working in a non-competitive and…

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Colourwork Knitting Taster Workshop

17 August 2021 -

This course is part of  Dillington Discoveries Summer week. Learn the secrets behind working with more than one colour with three very different techniques. On this workshop we will look…

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Concert with the Coull Quartet

26 September 2021 -

The magnificent Coull Quartet offers a rare combination of maturity and freshness and we are delighted that once again they are returning to Dillington House.  

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Crime, Social History and Literature

5 September 2021 10 September 2021 -

These courses are part of Dillington Discovery Autumn week. A week of real-life murder cases, fascinating discussions and crime writing.  Diane Janes invites you into the world of factual and…

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Crime, Social History and Literature – A Gang of Plotters

10 September 2021 -

This half day course is part of Dillington Discovery Autumn week. A week of real-life murder cases, fascinating discussions and crime writing.  Diane Janes invites you into the world of…

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Crime, Social History and Literature – An Entertaining Murder?

8 September 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discovery Autumn week. A week of real-life murder cases, fascinating discussions and crime writing.  Diane Janes invites you into the world of factual and…

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Crime, Social History and Literature – The History of Crime Writing

6 September 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discovery Autumn week. A week of real-life murder cases, fascinating discussions and crime writing.  Diane Janes invites you into the world of factual and…

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Crime, Social History and Literature – You the Jury

7 September 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discovery Autumn week. A week of real-life murder cases, fascinating discussions and crime writing.  Diane Janes invites you into the world of factual and…

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Crime, Social History and Literature – You the Jury

9 September 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discovery Autumn week. A week of real-life murder cases, fascinating discussions and crime writing.  Diane Janes invites you into the world of factual and…

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Crime, Social History and Mystery

15 August 2021 20 August 2021 -

These courses are part of Dillington Discovery Summer week. A week of real-life murder cases, compelling questions and baffling mysteries! Diane Janes spins an overarching theme that embraces the world…

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Crime, Social History and Mystery – Ask the Experts?

17 August 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discovery Summer week. A week of real-life murder cases, compelling questions and baffling mysteries! Diane Janes spins an overarching theme that embraces the world…

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Crime, Social History and Mystery – Hanged in Error

19 August 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discovery Summer week. A week of real-life murder cases, compelling questions and baffling mysteries! Diane Janes spins an overarching theme that embraces the world…

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Crime, Social History and Mystery – Mystery & Imagination

20 August 2021 -

This morning course is part of Dillington Discovery Summer week. A week of real-life murder cases, compelling questions and baffling mysteries! Diane Janes spins an overarching theme that embraces the…

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Crime, Social History and Mystery – The Story of Crime Detection

16 August 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discovery Summer week. A week of real-life murder cases, compelling questions and baffling mysteries! Diane Janes spins an overarching theme that embraces the world…

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Crime, Social History and Mystery – You the Jury

18 August 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discovery Summer week. A week of real-life murder cases, compelling questions and baffling mysteries! Diane Janes spins an overarching theme that embraces the world…

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Crochet Jewellery Workshop

19 August 2021 -

This course is part of  Dillington Discoveries Summer week. Be inspired and create a unique piece of wearable art. Using the very basic of crochet stitches, we will cover all…

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Dillington Discoveries – Autumn Week

5 September 2021 10 September 2021 -

Dillington Discoveries follows a new format, splitting the traditional two weeks for Summer School, with our aim to increase this to four weeks a year – one for each season.…

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Dillington Discoveries – Summer Week

15 August 2021 20 August 2021 -

Dillington Discoveries follows a new format, splitting the traditional two weeks for Summer School, with our aim to increase this to four weeks a year – one for each season.…

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Dillington String Quartet Coaching Weekend

24 September 2021 26 September 2021 -

Once again, we are thrilled that the members of the Coull Quartet have agreed to return to Dillington House to lead this extended weekend of coaching for pre-formed string quartets…

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Egyptomania

25 November 2022 27 November 2022 -

No other ancient civilisation can lay claim to having repeatedly inspired and caused, on no less than five separate occasions, a massive infusion of ideas and styles into the contemporary…

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Europe – The Hapsburgs Ascendant

1 September 2021 -

This course restarts the series that considers European history in the round and considers the European balance of power in the 16th century. With the Reconquista complete, adventurers in the…

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Europe in the 18c – Despotism, Cabinet Wars and the Age of Enlightenment

8 January 2022 -

This continuing series of standalone day courses considers European history in the round. This course considers Europe at the cusp of the 18th century. The Glorious Revolution had brought William…

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Evocation: Descriptive Music and How it is Created

20 July 2021 22 July 2021 -

Descriptive music has a long history, dating back to the 16th century.  Its heyday was in the late 19th and early 20th century, and we shall trace the line of…

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Festive Copper Foil Stained Glass Workshop

22 November 2021 -

This course introduces students to the copper foil method of stained glass making. Often referred to as the Tiffany method, after Louis Comfort Tiffany. This method is used to make…

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Five More Great Cities: Athens, Rome, Venice, Barcelona & Vienna

18 March 2022 20 March 2022 -

This course is ideal for those with an interest in architecture, history & art history. After Philip Wilkinson’s successful cities course in 2018, he explores five more great cities focusing…

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Full Day Screen Printing

17 September 2021 -

You will spend time in the beautiful grounds of Dillington House drawing, photographing and collecting items. These will then be developed into a stencil design for screen printing. Students can…

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Gothic V

8 October 2021 10 October 2021 -

In what is the fifth in the series of six lectures which trace the history and continued use and development of Gothic Architecture, we have arrived at what for many…

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Gothic VI – The Final Chapter? 1901-2021

21 January 2022 23 January 2022 -

The accepted notion that Gothic architecture as a style had run its course by the early years of the twentieth century is quite frankly, utterly wrong. With Gothic revivalism continuing…

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Great American Art

5 September 2021 10 September 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discovery Autumn week. We begin with the sublime landscapes of the Hudson River School, in which early rural America was captured by such artists…

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Great British Artists

15 August 2021 20 August 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discovery Summer week. We spend our week looking at six British artists who are household names yet possess many hidden qualities that our in-depth…

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Guitar Festival Monday Concert – Flauguissimo Duo

2 August 2021 8:00 pm -

Flauguissimo Duo was founded by flautist Yu-Wei Hu and guitarist Johan Löfving in 2008 whilst studying at the Royal College of Music in London. Together they have dazzled audiences across…

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Guitar Festival Sunday Concert – Eden Stell Guitar Duo

1 August 2021 8:00 pm -

Widely regarded as one of the world’s leading guitar ensembles, the duo’s chameleon-like ability to communicate in a multitude of musical styles makes them a constantly evolving entity with a…

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Guitar Festival Thursday Concert – Vida Guitar Quartet

5 August 2021 8:00 pm -

VIDAʼs ability to “conjure up an orchestral palette of colour and effects” (Classic FM) combined with their “exquisite tonal and dynamic control” has firmly established them as a passionate and…

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Guitar Festival Tuesday Concert – Alma Guitar Quartet

3 August 2021 8:00 pm -

Alma has a diverse repertoire ranging from arrangements of music by Debussy and Dvořák to new works composed specifically for guitar quartet. Alma are passionate about expanding the quartet repertoire…

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Guitar Festival Wednesday Concert – Mark Eden and James Gilchrist. Songs with Guitar

4 August 2021 8:00 pm -

James recently returned to the Wigmore Hall to begin his project with Anna Tilbrook, Schumann and the English Romantics, pairing Schumann song cycles with new commissions from leading composers, Sally…

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Guitar Summer School

1 August 2021 7 August 2021 -

After 25 years under the dedicated stewardship of Peter Rueffer, the Dillington Guitar Festival has gone from strength to strength.  We are pleased to announce that from 2021 the Eden…

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Harvest Corn Dolly Workshop

23 August 2021 -

Corn dollies or corn mothers are a form of straw work made as part of harvest customs of Europe before mechanization. Before Christianisation, in traditional pagan European culture it was believed that the spirit of the corn…

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Indian Block Printing

24 August 2021 -

Learn about the traditional skill of Indian Block Printing with images of block printing around Jaipur, handling hand printed fabrics and hand carved blocks. You will print tissue paper, card…

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Industrialisation and German Unification

21 May 2022 -

The signing of the Treaty of Vienna in 1815 left Great Britain as the pre-eminent economic power and one with unique global stretch by virtue of early industrialisation, maritime supremacy as…

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Inspired by Nature Sewing Workshop

7 September 2021 -

This course is part of  Dillington Discoveries Autumn week. Create your own unique design on an existing piece of work. Bring your inspiration – it may be a drawing, simple…

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Introduction to Mindfulness and Meditation

11 August 2021 -

A one-day course designed for beginners, and for those wanting to refresh existing knowledge. We will look at the core ideas underpinning Mindfulness, including short periods of meditation practice in…

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Introduction to Printed Textiles

4 October 2021 -

A day of exploration with colour, design and textiles. Three different methods of fabric design will be introduced using a variety of fabrics. In the morning we will use Indian…

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Lancastrians, Yorkists & the Emerging Tudors

5 September 2021 10 September 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discoveries Autumn week. Following Richard II’s deposition by Henry IV in 1399, the Lancastrian Kings were to rule England for the next sixty years. …

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Landscapes with Churches – West Country Church Crawling

5 September 2021 10 September 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discovery Autumn week. The landscape of South-West England is particularly dominated by the inevitable presence of a church – its tower or spire. These…

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Letter Carving in Wood for Beginners

21 July 2021 22 July 2021 -

The course will allow the student to learn the basic skills to carve letters in wood. Most students will complete an A4 sized sign in the two days, but this…

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Making a Leaded Stained Glass Panel – Two Day Workshop

26 October 2021 27 October 2021 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

This two day course will enable you to create your own stained glass panel using the traditional method of combining coloured glass with lead. Stained Glass is an ancient art…

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Making a Leaded Stained Glass Panel: Two Day Workshop

31 August 2021 1 September 2021 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

This two day course will enable you to create your own stained glass panel using the traditional method of combining coloured glass with lead. Stained Glass is an ancient art…

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Monday Lunch & Lecture – The Lure of Morocco

19 July 2021 -

Many European painters have travelled to Morocco in search of colour and exotic subject matter. In this lecture we look at paintings by Matisse and others who have been inspired…

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Night-time Adventures in Watercolour

4 February 2022 6 February 2022 -

Escape the winter blues by immersing yourself in the mystery and atmosphere created by the flow of wet into wet watercolours. Working loosely on the theme of dusk and dawn…

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No Brush Necessary

14 October 2021 -

“What’s drawing and painting? I’d use a hammer and chisel if I had to.” Oskar Kokoschka (1886-1980) Conventional watercolour wisdom has it that the best way to get paint onto…

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Painting Landscapes in Oils

11 October 2021 12 October 2021 -

Caroline is an enthusiastic and inspiring teacher of oil painting.  She will be fully demonstrating how to simplify and paint beautiful landscapes/ seascapes step by step using oils, an exciting…

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Pencil to Paint Art Course

6 September 2021 8 September 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discovery Autumn week. Our relationship with art usually begins with a line, when we first take up a pencil or a crayon and scribble…

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Phantom Architecture

28 September 2021 -

Some of the world’s most amazing buildings were never actually constructed. From a four-storey building in the shape of an elephant in central Paris to a pyramid towering over north…

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Sculpting with Colour Art Course

9 September 2021 10 September 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discovery Autumn week. Many of us are quite at home with the business of working in two-dimensions. Drawing and painting, we feel, are things…

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Singing for Larks

29 October 2021 31 October 2021 -

Singing with others is an exhilarating and liberating experience that everybody can enjoy. Singing for Larks workshops, run by Faith Watson, are based on the tradition of learning songs by…

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Sir Clough Williams-Ellis 1883-1978. An Architectural Maverick, Conservationist and Genius

4 February 2022 6 February 2022 -

Sir Clough Williams-Ellis has never received the attention and notice that his lengthy career, not just as an architect and conservationist but also as a writer and broadcaster, so richly…

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Stumpwork

15 August 2021 20 August 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discoveries Summer week. An exciting course exploring the beautiful and fascinating 16th century raised embroidery technique known as Stumpwork. The theme would be based…

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Sunday Lecture – Gothic Gems: A Celebration of the Arts and Literature which have Embodied and Revived Gothic over the Last Nine Hundred Years

23 January 2022 -

To mark the finishing of the detailed study (six weekend courses over the last four years) of the development of Gothic architecture from the twelfth to twenty-first centuries, this lecture…

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Sunday Lecture – Imaging the Merchant Princes of the Renaissance

23 October 2022 -

This lecture will look at and assess the rise of and demands for lifelike portraiture amongst the growing wealthy elites of Northern Europe. In turn the employment of new materials…

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Sunday Lecture – The Gothic Revival in the West Country 1836-1901

10 October 2021 -

The Gothic Revival in the West Country 1836-1901 From such great mansions as Knightshayes Court to Tyntesfield, from pumping stations to railway stations, the Gothic Revival can be seen to…

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Sunday Lecture – The House as a Machine for Living in: Approaches of Modern Architecture Towards the Domestic House

20 February 2022 -

Since Le Corbusier’s famous quote in 1923 (Toward an Architecture) Modernist architects have grappled with the seemingly impossible conundrum of creating an efficient and beautiful yet warm and inviting home.…

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Sunday Lecture – The Ideal Village. The History and Progress of Rural and Urban Villages from 1720 -2020

6 February 2022 -

This lecture will examine the lengthy and often chequered history of the provision of housing and specialist developments, both rural and urban, from estate cottages to Port Sunlight to Portmeirion,…

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Surf’s Up! – Sing the Beach Boys

13 September 2021 -

Known for their musical homages to surfing, cars and romance, the Beach Boys achieved success early in their career with a string of songs celebrating 60s youth culture on the…

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Ten by Ten

15 August 2021 20 August 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discovery Summer week. Join us on a musical journey, taking in a selection of the key works in the history of music.  Some are…

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The Architecture of Georgian Towns and Cities

29 October 2021 31 October 2021 -

Much of Britain’s most beautiful architecture was created by the Georgians in the eighteenth century. This course reveals how the Georgians transformed Britain, from major cities like London, Bath, and…

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The Beauties of Brick – The Story of Brick Buildings in Britain

10 August 2021 -

This course will appeal to those interested in Architecture, Heritage, History and British travel. An introduction to the uses of brick and tile in Britain’s architecture. The course traces the…

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The Cathedral Builders

27 September 2021 -

This course looks at England’s great medieval cathedrals, such as Durham, Salisbury, Wells, Lincoln, and Gloucester. As well as looking at their often breathtaking architecture, it explores how craftsmen with…

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The Devil in the Detail: A Series of Art Historical Conundrums

16 August 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discoveries Summer week. Come on a journey which will take in some of the key works in British collections, almost all on permanent public…

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The Devil in the Detail: A Series of Art Historical Conundrums

20 August 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discoveries Summer week. Come on a journey which will take in some of the key works in British collections, almost all on permanent public…

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The Dillington Book Club 07/09/2021

7 September 2021 -

For this month’s Book Club, we will be discussing Far from the Madding Crowd by Thomas Hardy published by Penguin Books. Includes coffee and lunch

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The French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars and their Aftermath

12 March 2022 -

The French Revolution was triggered by the bankruptcy of the French state in part as a consequence of its assistance to the American Revolutionaries. Thus were the ideas of individual liberty…

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The Hanseatic League

21 October 2022 23 October 2022 -

We all have some vague notions about what the Hanseatic league was, when it thrived and where it was based. This course will set out to answer all these questions…

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The Joy of Watercolour – COURSE FULL

15 August 2021 20 August 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discovery Summer week. Celebrate the joy of watercolour with this week of painting in the glorious surroundings of Dillington House and Gardens. Most of us…

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The Life and Work of Albrecht Durer

24 August 2021 -

The National Gallery in London will stage an exhibition of the work of the German born, Albrecht Durer in early 2021. Ahead of that exhibition, this study day will present…

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The Lost Houses and Gardens of the West Country – Unwrapped and Unpacked

15 August 2021 20 August 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discovery Summer week. Have you ever travelled through wonderful rolling countryside, past gate-lodges, rusting railings, the remains of landscaped parks, former estate villages and…

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The Needle Felted Flora & Fauna of the British Countryside – Autumn Woodland

6 September 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discovery Autumn week. Love wool? Then you’ll love needle felting! Fibre artist Carla Taylor of The Mousehole Woolery will guide you step by step…

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The Needle Felted Flora & Fauna of the British Countryside – Country Hares & Foxes

7 September 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discovery Autumn week. Love wool? Then you’ll love needle felting! Fibre artist Carla Taylor of The Mousehole Woolery will guide you step by step…

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The Needle Felted Flora & Fauna of the British Countryside – Majestic Barn Owl

8 September 2021 10 September 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discovery Autumn week. Love wool? Then you’ll love needle felting! Fibre artist Carla Taylor of The Mousehole Woolery will guide you step by step…

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The Needle Felting Flora & Fauna of the British Countryside

5 September 2021 10 September 2021 -

Love wool? Then you’ll love needle felting! Fibre artist Carla Taylor of The Mousehole Woolery will guide you step by step through the techniques of needle felting as well as…

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The Splendour of Stone – How Stone has been used in British Architecture

11 August 2021 -

This course will appeal to those interested in Architecture, Heritage, History and British travel. An introduction to the variety of ways in which stone has been used in Britain’s buildings.…

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The Temple of Medinet Habu

10 August 2021 -

Referred to by many as the last great pharaoh of Egypt, Ramesses III built an impressive temple on Luxor’s west bank, at a site today known as Medinet Habu. In…

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The Thirty Year War and the Rise of Bourbon France

23 October 2021 -

This continuing series of standalone day courses considers European history in the round. The course considers Europe in the 17th century. The Reformation and counter-reformation that had preoccupied northern Europe…

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The Tomb of Seti I: The Most Splendid in Egypt’s Valley of the Kings

31 August 2021 -

The tomb of the glorious pharaoh Seti I (c.1294 – 1279 BC) is regarded by many as the most spectacular in the Valley of the Kings. The art of this…

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The Windsors – Who Are They?

19 July 2021 -

What happened in 1917? Who are the Windsors? Did a change of name change a family? We will look at the relations of both King George V AND Queen Mary,…

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The Workhouse ‘People Palaces’

23 August 2021 -

The stigma of the workhouse took a long time to die, many of these buildings were still being used by the NHS until recently. We will look at the origins…

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Three Ways to Paint an Abstract

27 September 2021 -

“What does it mean, jellybean?… Even if I knew, I could only know what I thought it meant.” John Chamberlain (1927-2011) Abstract art may be over one hundred years old…

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Traditional Crewelwork Embroidery

12 November 2021 14 November 2021 -

Learn how to embroider a traditional crewelwork design using fine crewel wools. A variety of hand embroidery stitches will be covered. Students will learn how to stitch beautiful Jacobean-style motifs…

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Vintage Wren Needle Felting Workshop

23 August 2021 -

By the end of the workshop you will have created your own vintage garden wren out of beautiful wool ready for you to take home or, if you can part…

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Willow Chicken or Cockerel Sculpture Workshop

19 August 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discoveries Summer week. Join local Somerset artist Jo Sadler of ‘Forged n Willow’ to make an animal sculpture. Jo will guide you through each…

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Willow Deer Sculpture Workshop

16 August 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discoveries Summer week. Join local Somerset artist Jo Sadler of ‘Forged n Willow’ to make an animal sculpture. Jo will guide you through each…

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Willow Hare Sculpture Workshop

18 August 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discoveries Summer week. Join local Somerset artist Jo Sadler of ‘Forged n Willow’ to make an animal sculpture. Jo will guide you through each…

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Willow Owl or Bird Sculpture Workshop

17 August 2021 -

This course is part of Dillington Discoveries Summer week. Join local Somerset artist Jo Sadler of ‘Forged n Willow’ to make an animal sculpture. Jo will guide you through each…

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Willow Sculpture Workshops

15 August 2021 20 August 2021 -

These courses are part of Dillington Discoveries Summer week. Join local Somerset artist Jo Sadler of ‘Forged n Willow’ to make an animal sculpture. Jo will guide you through each…

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