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Image credits Cover: British School, Henry, Prince of Wales. Trustees of Dulwich Picture Gallery P2: Marcello Bacciarelli, Portrait of Stanislaw Augustus in Coronation Costume, 1768 – 1771, Royal Castle in Warsaw, Inv. No. ZKW/2729 p6: Walter Sickert, The Rialto Bridge, 1901, oil on canvas, 610 x 508 mm, Courtesy of Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert, © Estate of Walter R. Sickert. All rights reserved, DACS 2008 p7&8: Antoni Malinowski at work. Photo: Rebecca Portsmouth • Edgar Degas, born Paris, France, 1834; died Paris , France, 1917; Danseuse Vue de Dos. ‘Grand Battement a la Seconde’, 1885 c – 1890, black chalk heightened with white chalk on green laid paper © Art Gallery of Ontario • Paul Gauguin born Paris, 1848; died Atuona, Marquesas Islands, 1903, Tahitian Girl in Pink Pareu 1894, gouache and watercolour transfer on laid paper, © Art Gallery of Ontario • Copy after Titain. C. Trustees of Dulwich Picture Gallery p10: Marcello Bacciarelli, Stanislaw Augustus in a red coat, c. 1795, Royal Castle in Warsaw, Inv. No. ZKW/726. Photo Meciej Browarski p13: Utagawa Kuniyoshi, Sakata Kaid – maru wrestles with a giant carp, c. 1837, American Friends of the British Museum (The Arthur R. Miller Collection 21215), Photo © Trustees of the British Museum, London • John William Waterhouse, A Mermaid, 1900, Royal Academy of Arts, London, Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London.

What’s On at Dulwich Picture Gallery May – August 2009 www.dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk

This exhibition is organised by the Groninger Museum, the Netherlands with the collaboration of the Royal Academy of Arts, London and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

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Contents

Contents Exhibitions

Art Classes

Events

Exhibitions in 2009

6 Art For Adults 13 Friends Music 19 Art For Young People 17 Friends Events 20 Lectures Friends GalleryFilm 23 For Families Friends London Visits 21 Director’s Exhibition Lectures 10 Education Lecture Series 10 Education Art Drop-Ins 18 Support us Friends Lectures 11 GalleryFilm for Kids 24 About the Friends 28 About the 1811 Club 28 About the Desenfans Circle 28

u London Visits: Government Art Collection p21

Information Gallery Hire 9 Calendar 29 Join the Free Email List 28

Application form Join the Friends 26

u London Visits: Handel House Museum p22

u Hire the Dulwich Picture Gallery p9

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t Contextual Lecture Series: World War II and its Aftermath p10

p Life drawing p16

u The Polish Connection p7




Welcome

Welcome to Dulwich Picture Gallery Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Road, Dulwich Village, London SE21 7AD Telephone 020 8693 5254 Textphone 020 8693 4786 Fax 020 8299 8700

Guided Tours

For guided group tours and study sessions contact 020 8299 8713 or This leaflet is sponsored by the groups@dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery Gallery Hire

enquiries@dulwichpicturegallery. The Gallery is available for private org.uk hire, as is the Linbury Room. www.dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk Wedding receptions, dinners, parties, conferences, lectures, Charity Number: 1040942 filming and private evening tours. Open For more information contact Emma Barrow on 020 8299 8713 Tuesdays to Fridays: 10am –5pm Saturdays, Sundays & Bank Holiday or events@dulwichpicturegallery. Mondays: 11am –5pm org.uk Closed Mondays except Bank Holidays. Open on Good Friday. Closed New Year’s Day and 25 –26 December Admission charge Permanent Collection £5, Senior citizens £4 Unemployed, disabled, students, children and Friends free. Permanent collection and Temporary Exhibition £9. Senior Citizens £8 Unemployed, disabled, students £4; children and Friends free.

Permanent Collection

Shopping

Dulwich Picture Gallery houses one of the world’s most important collections of European Old Master paintings from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The collection is also one of the oldest in Great Britain, substantially put together during the 1790s. The paintings are housed in the first purpose-built art gallery in England, designed by Sir John Soane in 1811

The Gallery shop sells gifts, catalogues, books and cards. For more information call 020 8299 8704 or email contact@dulwichpicturegallery. org.uk

Free Gallery guided tours of the permanent collection take place at 3pm each Saturday and Sunday. Please purchase your Gallery ticket and wait near the Friends’ Desk in the main gallery.

The Picture Gallery Café

Adopt an Old Master

There is a licensed café, opening on to landscaped gardens, with delicious meals and light refreshments 020 8299 8719

Would you enjoy a ‘behind the scenes’ visit to the conservator’s studio? Adopt an Old Master and you can accompany the curator and the conservator to see the work in progress. Visit our website for more information about adopting a picture.

Access Information You will also be invited to add a Gift The Gallery is on one level with full Aid donation to your ticket price access and facilities for disabled Free Tours visitors, including a hearing loop in the Linbury Room and parking in the Free tours of the Gallery on disabled car park off Gallery Road Saturdays and Sundays at 3pm (admission charges apply)



This guide is available in large print on request. Call 020 8693 5254

Booking details

Booking details

Education events Please contact Sarah Atkinson on 020 8299 8732 or s.atkinson@ dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk

Friends events Tickets available from the Friends Desk in the Gallery or call for credit/debit card sales 020 8299 8750. Monday to Friday 9-11a.m. Saturday 10am to noon. Leave a message outside those hours or e-mail friendsticketing@ dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk 


Welcome

Supported by the Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery

Dulwich Picture Gallery

Exhibitions and Displays in 2009

IS: Historic Founded in 1811 it was the first public art gallery in England

Accessible Our Education programmes have won countless awards; we welcome all ages, and are dedicated to encouraging the enjoyment of the visual arts for all. The Gallery has excellent disabled access

Picture:Stuart Leech

Beautiful The Gallery is a masterpiece by the Regency architect Sir John Soane, set in idyllic grounds in leafy Stimulating Dulwich, a green oasis only four Our exhibition programme offers miles from central London a minimum of three three critically acclaimed loan exhibitions a year Peaceful It is a place of quiet contemplation, Friendly off the beaten track but readily Our staff are dedicated to making accessible by everyone’s visit as enjoyable as rail, car, bus, or bike possible World Class Alive Its collections include beautiful The Gallery buzzes with lectures, masterpieces by Rembrandt, art classes, concerts and special Rubens, Watteau, Gainsborough events and Van Dyck amongst many Civilised others Our café offers delicious food in Amazing a sophisticated contemporary The view down the Gallery is one of extension – an award-winning the most dazzling visual feasts in building by architect Rick Mather London – with views of the gallery and its beautiful grounds Original How many other Galleries have their Founders’ mausoleum at their heart?



ISN’T: Government funded We are an independent museum and a Charitable Trust, reliant on fund-raising for everything that we accomplish. As part of that challenge, the Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery are amongst the most dynamic and supportive in the museum world

Paolo Veronese: The Petrobelli Altarpiece

Sickert in Venice

Reconstructing a Renaissance Masterpiece Exhibition extended to 10 May 2009 In the late 18th century this huge altarpiece was butchered for the art market. Three large sections have survived, at Dulwich, at the National Gallery of Scotland, and the National Gallery of Canada. This display brings these fragments together again for the first time – and includes a newly discovered fourth fragment

“A model of what a small gallery can do… if, like me, you thought you knew Sickert’s work well, think again.” HHHH The Telegraph

Ends 31 May 2009

Venice inspired some of Sickert’s most ravishing work. It was here that Sickert really found his identity as an artist, painting studies of St Mark’s Basilica, inspired by Monet. Later he moved indoors and experimented with figures in interiors. This is the first time that Sickert’s magical Venetian oeuvre has been seen together 


Supported by the Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery

Exhibitions and Displays in 2009 The Polish Connection

Drawing Attention

16 June – 27 September 2009 In 1790 the last King of Poland commissioned two art dealers to buy paintings to establish Poland’s national collection. However he was forced to abdicate and the works became the collection at Dulwich Picture Gallery. Spectacular state portraits, on loan from Poland, of King Stanislaw Augustus Poniatowski, will be shown here for the first time in the UK. In addition to these loans, work by Antoni Malinowski, the distinguished Polish contemporary artist, will link Dulwich Picture Gallery and Warsaw’s Royal Castle. Malinowski’s work is a meditation on light, colour, painting and the enduring significance of ephemeral gestures, and will be both inside and outside the Gallery.

Rembrandt, Tiepolo, Van Gogh, Picasso & more Master Drawings from the Art Gallery of Ontario 21 October – 17 January 2010 The Art Gallery of Ontario has put together a great collection of drawings. This group of a hundred of its best works ranges from Renaissance Italy to modern times. It includes Guercino, Boucher, Gainsborough, Ingres, Van Gogh, Rembrandt, Turner, Léger, De Kooning, and Canada’s remarkable Tom Thomson

Desperately Seeking Conservation Autumn (dates to be confirmed) A display of rarely seen Gallery paintings in need of conservation. Adopt an Old Master was started in 1988 to conserve the collection and over 120 paintings have been adopted. But there are still many paintings which are in desperate need of attention. What the conservators uncover during conservation provides both a context for scholarly research and for visitor enjoyment. The collection can be preserved for generations to come, but this is only possible thanks to the generous support of visitors who adopt. Could you be one of them?

The exhibition is part of:

Best of British The Story of the British Collection at Dulwich Picture Gallery 8 July – 27 September Dulwich Picture Gallery will be exhibiting paintings from its newly catalogued British collection, many of which are not usually on show. The exhibition will not only display the original collection, but will also show paintings bequeathed by other collectors – including the significant group of actors’ portraits from Shakespeare’s time – and the display will offer a fascinating insight into English notions of taste and the fashion to collect from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century. There is no charge for this exhibition 

Paul Nash: the Elements 10 February – 9 May 2010 Paul Nash (1889 – 1946) painted beautiful landscapes of the Downs, strange flooded rooms, and classic images of two World Wars. The exhibition includes paintings, watercolours and photographs from the whole of his career, showing how he selected elementary objects, to put them in relationships of conflict or harmony, and found pathways, nests and thresholds between them and within them 


Education

Hire the gallery Dulwich Picture Gallery can be hired for a large variety of events – from formal dinners and canapé receptions to concerts, private tours and garden parties. Weddings The Gallery holds a Civil Marriage and Civil Partnership Licence with Southwark Council. The events team is experienced in catering for very special days in both the Gallery and the Linbury Room and the gardens.

The Gardens The Gardens can be used for pre-dinner drinks or hired separately for use with a marquee.

Director’s Lectures

Lectures

Ian Dejardin, the Gallery’s Director, gives a lecture about each of the Gallery’s exhibitions 12.30–1.30pm

Contextual Lecture Series: World War II and its Aftermath: From Munich to Suez, 1939-56

Lectures are held in the Linbury Room on a first come first served basis. They are free but there will be a collection at the end for which the suggested donation is £3

Catering We have a list of approved caterers to choose from. For further information on prices and availability please call 020 8299 8713 or email events@ dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk

The Polish Connection Thursday 18 June The exhibition is part of the Story of London Ian Dejardin

All funds generated from the hire of Dulwich Picture Gallery go towards its conservation and care and to the development of ongoing education, events and exhibitions programmes.

Best of British Thursday 16 July The story of the British Collection at Dulwich Picture Gallery Ian Dejardin Drawing Attention

The BBC in War and Conflict, 1939-1957 Tuesday 16 June 2009 Dr Kenneth Wolfe, author of The Churches and the BBC: the Politics of Broadcast Religion, 1922-1955 Pavilions, People and Playtime: The Festival of Britain

Fitzrovia: London’s Last Bohemia- Tuesday 30 June 2009 Wartime Pubs and Poets Dr Gillian Whiteley, writer, curator and lecturer Tuesday 5 May 2009 Roger Brasier, cultural and social The Fifties: Myth and Reality historian Tuesday 7 July 2009 Remembered: The Remarkable We are delighted to welcome Story behind the Commonwealth David Kynaston, author and War Graves Commission historian for the final lecture of the series Tuesday 19 May 2009 Julie Summers, author and 6.30 for a 7pm start, to include a historian glass of wine (Book signing) A limited number of tickets will be Mosquitos and Lions: An available for each lecture at the Alternative View of War door on a first come, first served Memorials basis, £10, £9 concessions and Tuesday 2 June 2009 Friends Peter Ashley, author of Lest We Forget, an English Heritage Pocket Book on War Memorials

Simon J Pope

Thursday 15 October Master Drawings from the Art Gallery of Ontario: Boucher, Gainsborough, Matisse, Picasso, Tiepolo, Rembrandt, Van Gogh and many others Ian Dejardin

Lectures take place in the Linbury Room from 10.30–11.30am

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Lectures

InSight Lecture Series

Tuesday Evening Lectures

Saturday Study Days with Valerie Woodgate

A House in its Garden

Great Sculptors of the 20th Century

Saturday 10 October 10.30 – 3.30pm Some of the most important and influential works of art in the 19th & 20th centuries were inspired by a fascination with non-Western life and culture, the so-called “primitive”, “Oriental” and “exotic”. With Valerie Woodgate, professional lecturer and art historian Each study day costs £29, £24 concessions and Friends, including morning coffee and a fresh buffet lunch. Please state when booking whether you have any dietary requirements Booking details on page 4

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The Tudor House and Garden Wednesday 3 June Throughout the Tudor period, houses became more ‘outward looking’ with elaborate gardens and courts. Interest in Renaissance ideas of order and harmony resulted in a desire to control nature. This talk will concentrate on the powerful Cecil family (Lord Burghley, the Earl of Exeter and the Earl of Salisbury) who created the most magnificent houses and gardens of the period Paula Henderson’s book, The Tudor House and Garden, won the Berger Prize for the outstanding contribution to the history of British art for 2000

Jane Brown’s books include The Modern Garden, The Garden at Buckingham Palace, Vita’s Other World and The Pursuit of Paradise The Outdoor Room Wednesday 1 July In the early twentieth century modernist emphasis on the integration of the inside and outside led to the idea of the garden as the ‘outdoor room’. Designs used plants for structure, less for decoration. This talk looks at the development of the genre, the work of John Brookes and others and at modern-day interpretations of the outdoor room.

Elisabeth Frink

Tuesday 9 June Although Frink (1930–93) was 7.45–9.15pm born more than fifty years after In the Linbury Room. Bar and Brancusi, the feeling of her work is book sales in the interval closer to that of her hero, Rodin, than that of the Romanian sculptor. This series looks at three artists, This lecture examines some of her two of whom helped to expand the range and treatment of subject powerful bronzes depicting the human figure and animals. Her matter using the traditional bronzes varied in scale and feeling, practice of direct carving, which had all but died out since the days from small, threatening birds to the life-size, tranquil Walking Madonna of Michelangelo in Salisbury Constantin Brancusi Frank Woodgate Tuesday 26 May Series of 3 lectures £25, £20 Brancusi (1876–1957) was one of Friends and DDFAS members the most important sculptors of Single lectures £10, £8 Friends the 20th century, who influenced and DDFAS members artists from Modigliani to Henry Moore. This lecture starts with his early life in Romania to an artist with a world-wide reputation. It will also look at the recurring themes in his work such as The Kiss and images based on nature Peter Scott

New arrangements for buying tickets: New phone number 020 8299 8750 The phone line for credit and debit card (no Amex) bookings for tickets for events run by the Friends will now be open: Monday to Friday 9am to 11am; Saturday 10am to noon. Outside these hours messages may be left and we will return the calls on the next working day. Please note that a £1.00 handling fee is added to each transaction. Tickets will still be sold at the Friends Desk in the Gallery with cheque or cash but we will no longer accept card bookings there. Bookings by post will be by cheque only. For enquiries, you may also send an e-mail to friendsticketing@ dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk or call 020 8299 8750

Jacob Epstein Tuesday 2 June When Sir Jacob Epstein (1880– 1959) died, he was one of the most famous and best loved sculptors in Britain. However, most of his career had been dogged by criticism and public ridicule. This lecture examines his life and work, explains what he was trying to achieve and why his pioneering career caused such bitter controversy in his time Linda Smith

Barbara Simms is a garden and landscape historian and teaches at Birkbeck College. She is the editor of Garden History. Her research interests are gardens of the postwar era. Series of 3 – £25, £20 Friends Single lecture £10, £8 Friends Coffee afterwards

Jacob Epstein Jacob and the Angel, 1940, Tate

Primitivism and the Exotic in 19th & 20th century art

Wednesday mornings 10.30-11.30 am in the Linbury room

Wednesday 17 June Lutyens was sentimental about gardens; Jekyll was practical about gardens. Jane Brown illustrates the gardening principles, the architectural philosophy, the use of plants and colour which created houses and gardens of such compatibility, they inspire designers and gardeners to this day

Folly Farm Country Life

Saturday 30 May 10.30am – 3.30pm Explore the idea of dreams and the unconscious, Surrealist artists including Ernst, Magritte and Dali, created some of the most mysterious, dramatic and unforgettable works of the 20th century.

The series is about the relationship of architecture and garden design from their interdependence in the Tudor period, through the Englishness of the late Victorian and Edwardian eras to Modernists; looking at the planting, colour and design used to create a working harmony

Llanerch, Denbighshire (detail)’ by an anonymous artist, c. 1662-72. Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection

Surrealism: Dreams and Nightmares

Gardens of a Golden Afternoon: the Lutyens and Jekyll partnership

Constantin Brancusi Maiastra, 1911, Tate

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Special Lectures Kuniyoshi Thursday 7 May 7.30pm in the Linbury Room Graham Greenfield returns to describe the exhibition at the Royal Academy Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797–1861) was one of the greatest Japanese print artists. Featuring over 150 works, the exhibition presents Kuniyoshi as a master of imaginative design. It reveals the graphic power and beauty of his prints across an unprecedented range of subjects.

Education

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Art for Adults J.W. Waterhouse: The Modern Pre-Raphaelite

Watercolour Courses

The Watercolour Club: Friday Art Club with tutor Liz Butler

Wednesday 15 July 7.30pm in the Linbury Room By Graham Greenfield. This major retrospective of Pre-Raphaelite artist, John William Waterhouse, 1849–1917, (at the Royal Academy, finishes 13 September) features over 40 paintings together with sketchbooks and drawings. Waterhouse’s paintings reflect contemporary issues ranging from medievalism and the classical heritage to spiritualism and the New Woman.

Expand your watercolour and mixed media skills with Liz Butler member of the Royal Watercolour Society. All abilities welcomed.

Running for its second term at the South London Scout Centre, the group will work outdoors using the surrounding grounds as inspiration. The course will include portfolio reviews and one-to-one tutorial sessions.

Summer Days, Salad Days Five Mondays from 1 June – 13 July (excluding 15 & 22 June) Work from lush still life set-ups in the studio, and outdoors when the weather is fine.

Mornings: 10am–12.30pm £90, £85 concessions and Friends Afternoons: 1.30–4pm This lecture is presented on the £90, £85 concessions and Friends This lecture is presented on the occasion of the exhibition Full Day: 10am–4pm occasion of the exhibition ‘Kuniyoshi’ From the Arthur R. Miller ‘Kuniyoshi’ From the Arthur R. Miller £170, £155 concessions and Friends Collection at the Royal Academy of Collection at the Royal Academy of (All prices are for five weeks) Arts from 21 March to 7 June, 2009. Arts from 21 March to 7 June, 2009. Summer Short Course: For more exhibition information For more exhibition information Watercolour and Line: Inspired by and to purchase exhibition tickets, and to purchase exhibition tickets, Japanese prints and Hiroshige visit the RA website at visit the RA website at www.royalacademy.org.uk Tuesday 21 – Friday 24 July www.royalacademy.org.uk or call ticket phone 10.30am–4pm or call  08442091919. number:  08442091919 Drawing inspiration from the work of £10, £8 Friends £10, £8 Friends Utagawa Hiroshige use watercolour Includes a glass of wine Includes a glass of wine and line-making tools to explore the potential of line and wash. £110, £105 concessions and Friends Autumn Mists and Mellow Fruitfulness

Tuesday Foundation Courses

Tuesday Evening Courses with artist Peter Astwood

Learn new techniques and develop At St Barnabas Hall, Dulwich Village your artistic skills in a friendly, Late afternoon courses in a relaxed, relaxed atmosphere sociable setting with expert tuition in small classes Rediscovering the Sketchbook Introduction to Watercolour Six Tuesdays from 9 June – 14 July Six Tuesdays from Participants must bring their 10am–12noon 9 June – 14 July own art materials and should be Work inside and outdoors 5.30–7.30pm reasonably proficient in the use and from the life model. Take By popular demand, this course of watercolour. inspiration from the Gallery’s is perfect for beginners or those permanent collection to create wishing to get back into painting. Classes meet monthly from a variety of papers and illustrate Learn the basics of watercolour 10am–1pm at the South London your ideas. and experiment with a range of Scout Centre: With artist and illustrator techniques. Friday 25 September Valerie McBride £80, £75 concessions and Friends Friday 30 October £70, £65 concessions and Friends Friday 27 November Introduction to Portraiture Friday 11 December Printing and Drawing Techniques: Six Tuesdays from Friday 18 December Pattern and Texture 15 September – 20 October £80, £75 concessions and Friends Six Tuesdays from 5.30–7.30pm Prices are for 5 sessions and take 15 September – 20 October Examine the tradition of into account commercial venue 10am–12noon portraiture and get back to basics fees for the South London Scout Make observations from objects to improve core observational Centre. in the studio using experimental skills. Then breathe life into your drawing and basic printmaking work with watercolour. techniques. There will be an £80, £75 concessions and Friends emphasis on looking at pattern, colour and texture. With artist Jo Veevers £70, £65 concessions and Friends

Five Mondays from 14 September – 12 October Use watercolour to capture the autumn, in the studio with seasonal botanical specimens and fruits, or outside from changing colours in the landscape. Mornings: 10am–12.30pm £90, £85 concessions and Friends Afternoons: 1.30–4pm £90, £85 concessions and Friends Full Day: 10am–4pm £170, £155 concessions and Friends (All prices are for five weeks) 13

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Art for Adults Wednesday Workshops

Saturday Art School

Summer Short Courses:

One Day Taster Courses

Inspiration from the Masters: Painting Techniques

The Figure in Motion

Pastels in the Park

Pulling Pictures Apart

Saturday 8 – Sunday 9 August 10.30am–4pm Experiment with rich pastels on coloured paper by drawing in Dulwich Park. Work quickly out in the open in response to your surroundings. With artist Alexandra Drysdale £85, £80 concessions and Friends

Sunday 10 May 10.30am–4pm Examine the basic components of all art including colour, light, line, shape, space and subject matter. A one-day workshop to hone your understanding of visual language and view your own work more critically. With artist and lecturer Alexandra Drysdale £50, £45 concessions and Friends, includes a light lunch

Four Saturdays from Six Wednesdays from 2 May – 23 May 10.30am–1pm 10 June – 15 July 3.15–6pm Working from a life model capture Develop your painting skills using the still and moving figure, drawing watercolour, acrylic and gouache. reference from the early photographers of the 19th century. Use the Gallery collection as inspiration, or work from a theme Experiment with a variety of media of your choice to improve your including pencil, charcoal, ink and practical skills. acrylics. With artist Peter Astwood With artist Felicity Montaigu £75, £65 concessions and Friends £65, £55 concessions and Friends

3D Portraits: Clay Heads

Tuesday 11 – Friday 14 August 10.30am–4pm Personal Bookmaking: Life Drawing Workshop: Work from a life model to produce A Passion for Paper Exploring Japonisme a 3-dimensional clay portrait. Six Wednesdays from Six Saturdays With expert tutor and artist Luke 16 September – 21 October 13 June – 18 July Jones, repeating this successful 3.15–6pm 10.30am–1pm course (Firing facilities kindly Explore the rich and stimulating Working from a costumed model, provided by Morley College) world of bookmaking using a create illustrative imagery using the Optional firing cost £15 variety of media and techniques. theme of Japonisme. The course £110, £100 concessions and Personalise yours to record your will also draw inspiration from Friends own memories, or make the Japanese prints. Travel Journal: Illustrative Landscapes perfect birthday or wedding With artist and illustrator present for someone special. Valerie McBride Saturday 15 – Sunday 16 August With artist Joanna Burgess £85, £75 concessions and Friends 10.30am–4pm £75, £65 concessions and Friends Draw inspiration from Japanese Oil Painting: Colour Essentials albums of landscape views to Six Saturdays create your own illustrated journal. 19 September – 24 October Students are encouraged to bring 10.30am–1pm in photographs, mementos, and Use colour as a starting point for ephemera such as maps, travel exploring oil painting methods. tickets etc. With artist and Particular attention will be paid to illustrator Valerie McBride colour mixing and the use of colour £80, £75 concessions and Friends as a means of self-expression as Japanese Woodblock Printing demonstrated by great artists throughout history such as Seurat Tuesday 8 September – and members of the Camden Thursday 10 September 10am–12.30pm Town group. With artist Rebecca Allen Learn about the art of Japanese £85, £75 concessions and Friends woodblock print and create beautiful multi-layered prints. Suitable for beginners. Students who have been on the previous course are encouraged to attend. With artist and printmaker Sara Lee £65, £60 concessions and Friends 15

Portraits in Pastels Sunday 17 May 10.30am–4pm Working from a costumed model with chalk pastels, examine tone and colour in portraiture. With artist Stewart Ganley £50, £45 concessions and Friends, includes a light lunch Colour, Light and Texture: Monet & Sickert Sunday 24 May 10.30am–4pm Explore and compare Sickert’s studies of St Mark’s Basilica and The Rialto with Monet’s ‘façades’ of Rouen Cathedral and the Ducal Palace, Venice. Investigate their use of colour and make studies from the Gallery buildings. With Felicity Montaigu £50, £45 concessions and Friends, includes a light lunch

Music and Abstraction Sunday 14 June 10.30am–4pm Explore non-figurative art. Working with collage, colour and music to move away from conventional representation and find a free form of expression. With artist Stewart Ganley £50, £45 concessions and Friends, includes a light lunch The Genius of Gesture Sunday 21 June 10.30am–4pm Take inspiration from Gallery paintings to use line to convey a sense of movement and action in your drawings. In the studio use rich Indian ink and wash to add a splash of colour to your work. With illustrator Hannah Carding £50, £45 concessions and Friends, includes a light lunch Life Drawing Taster Sunday 12 July 10.30am–4pm Work from the life model to develop your drawing skills to study line, tone and form. With artist Stewart Ganley £50, £45 concessions and Friends, includes a light lunch

Text and Image: Japanese Prints and Poetry Sunday 23 August 10.30am–4pm Study Japanese colour woodblock prints and a collection of Japanese poems to experiment with relationships between imagery and words. Develop your studies into a small book using watercolour techniques. With artist Felicity Montaigu £50, £45 concessions and Friends, includes a light lunch Decorating Tiles with Enamel Transfers Sunday 20 September 10.30am–4pm Design and decorate glazed ceramic wall tiles using collaged enamel transfers. Focus on attention to detail and composition as inspired by Japanese culture. With ceramic artist Jo Veevers £50, £45 concessions and Friends, includes a light lunch Line, Tone and Texture

Sunday 11 October 10.30am–4pm Study the beautiful pen and wash drawings of the Carracci brothers and paintings in the Gallery to experiment using black and Portraiture Taster sepia inks. Sunday 19 July With artist Felicity Montaigu 10.30am–4pm £50, £45 concessions and Focus on drawing the human head Friends, includes a light lunch using a variety of materials and work up your sketches using paint. With artist Stewart Ganley £50, £45 concessions and Friends, includes a light lunch

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Art for Adults

Art for Young People

That Mysterious Light: The Portraits of Rembrandt

15-18 years Evening Art School

11-14 years After School Art Workshops

Art Workshops for 7-10 years

An excellent opportunity to extend your portfolio in a relaxed, sociable environment. Try out new techniques and media to expand your artistic vocabulary

Fun after school workshops with expert tuition for children wishing to develop their artistic skills outside of the classroom

Exciting and creative courses that experiment with different materials and themes

Sunday 18 October 10.30am–4pm Using Rembrandt portraits and self-portraits in the Gallery, make studies in charcoal, chalk and pastel to explore his powerful use of light and shade. With artist Felicity Montaigu £50, £45 concessions and Friends, includes a light lunch Introduction to Pen & Ink Sunday 8 November 10.30am–4pm Explore different pen and ink techniques using the Gallery collection and studio objects as subject matter. With artist Stewart Ganley £50, £45 concessions and Friends, includes a light lunch

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Sketchbook Workshop: Portfolio Development Course

Cut It Up: Experimental Paper Cuts

Six Thursdays from 11 June – 16 July Six Tuesdays 4.30–6pm from 15 September – 20 October Use mythological stories from the 4.30–6pm paintings in our collection or your Explore the theme of identity with imagination to create modern folk a range of media in sketchbook tales using beautiful paper cutformat, an essential element of any outs. artist’s development. With Erica Parrett, Sackler With artist Valerie McBride Centre Resident Artist £65 £65 Mapping Me Six Thursdays 17 September – 22 October 4.30–6pm Learn how to make your own memory maps using printing, collage and weaving techniques based on your personal memories. With Erica Parrett, Sackler Centre Resident Artist £65

Art for Families Summer Short Courses

Art in the Garden

Lands-Capes

Every Wednesday from 29 July – 26 August 2–3.30pm Come and join five weeks of fabulous creative workshops in the beautiful Gallery gardens. These weekly family drop-in sessions are an established part of summer at the Gallery. Bring a picnic, sit on the lawn and watch the artwork grow. NB Weather permitting.

Tuesday 18 – Friday 21 August 10.30am–1pm for 5–7 years What would it be like to fly over your favourite view? In Lands-Cape T-shirt Design and Decoration you can make your very own cape Saturday 30 May by painting, drawing and printing 10am–1.30pm a design based on your favourite Become your own fashion view. designer and learn printing With Erica Parrett, Sackler techniques and appliqué to Centre Artist customise your own stylish T-shirt. £40 With Erica Parrett, Sackler Creepy Creatures Centre Resident Artist £15 Tuesday 18 – Friday 21 August 2–4.30pm 8–10 years Mail Art/ Art in the Post From sock monkeys to glove Six Tuesdays from gibbons, use a range of materials 9 June – 14 July create exciting textiles creatures 4.30–6pm from your imagination and learn Send your art work in the post! stitching and collage techniques. Create new and wonderful With Erica Parrett, Sackler envelopes, illustrated notes and Centre Resident Artist make your own stamps using £40 collage and printmaking Life in a Box techniques. With Erica Parrett, Sackler Tuesday 25 – Friday 28 August Centre Resident Artist 10.30am–1pm 11–13 years £65 2–4.30pm 14–16 years What would it be like to record all Felt Faces your memories in a single place? Six Saturdays from Through printmaking, 19 September – 24 October photography and collage learn 2–4.30pm creative ways to record your Join us to create wonderfully memories in your own woolly self portraits and learn Memory Box. about different felt making, fabric With Erica Parrett, collage and printing techniques to Sackler Centre create tactile and imaginative Resident Artist pieces. £40 With Erica Parrett, Sackler Centre Resident Artist £70

No booking necessary. Please arrive early to avoid disappointment. For information contact Sarah Atkinson 020 8299 8732 or email s.atkinson@dulwichpicturegallery. org.uk £2 per child

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Education

Arranged by the Friends but everyone is welcome

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Art for Families

Music

Artplay

Graham Devine Guitar Concert

Midsummer Mozart

Graham Devine Guitar Masterclass Mamma Mia! (2008)

Jazz in the Garden

Now on the first and last Sunday of every month May – October 2–3.30pm Adults and children can be creative together at these dropin workshops with a different art activity each session. Come and join in and make everything and anything from Silly Sock Puppets to African Masks

Friday 12 June 7.30pm in the Gallery Graham’s growing reputation as one of today’s best young guitarists and winner of the Alhambra International Guitar Competition promises an exciting evening. He will be playing Froberger, Villa Lobos, Castelnuovo, Tedesco, Albeniz and Contreras £17, Friends £15 Includes a glass of wine

Thursday 25 June 6.30pm Champagne Reception – included in your ticket price. 7.15pm Performance – with long interval for picnics – Glyndebourne style.

Saturday 13 June 9am–12 noon In the Linbury Room. Winner of the Alhambra International Guitar Competition, Graham is regarded as one of today’s leading young guitarists. “A must for all aspiring Guitar players”. His concert is on Friday 12 June see page 19. Tickets only available from 020 8699 1878 £10

Saturday 5 September 6–9.30pm Charles Carey-Elwes, and Friends, featuring the acclaimed Morag McClaren

No more than two children to one adult. Children must be 4 yrs and over and must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Materials are provided £2 per child or FREE for families with a Gallery ticket No booking necessary We are extremely grateful to Harvey and Wheeler for funding Artplay sessions each month

Bank Holiday family drop-in Mythical Monster Magnets Bank Holiday Monday 31 August 2–3.30pm Inspired by paintings in the Gallery, come and create weird and wonderful magnets that can take pride of place on your fridge. With Erica Parrett, Sackler Centre Resident Artist £2 per child or FREE for families with a Gallery ticket No booking necessary

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Mozart and his Operas: Anthony Burton in conversation with Dr Jane Glover Tuesday 23 June 7.30pm in the Linbury Room To complement Midsummer Mozart the opera evening, well known writer and broadcaster Anthony Burton will be joined by Dr Jane Glover, acclaimed conductor and author of Mozart’s Women for an informal evening of discussion about Mozart and his operas. £10, £8 Friends. When bought with a ticket for the Opera Evening £5; £4 Friends.

Special Events

This year’s opera evening is based on Mozart Operas, semi-staged in the Gallery. William Vann – Piano, Mary Bevan – Soprano, Catherine Hopper – Mezzo- soprano, Simon Wall – Tenor and George Humphreys – Bass-baritone, will weave together a web of misunderstandings, marriages, murders, reconciliations, revenge and repentance based on arias from four of Mozart’s operas. Tickets £40, Friends £35

The Polish Connection: An evening with Antoni Malinowski Thursday 18 June 6.30–9.30pm Gallery open to view The Polish Connection and meet the artist who created it. (see page 7) Malinowski talks about his work Reading performance of the abstract poem. Also Try the traditional game of croquet. Equipment and tuition from the Dulwich croquet Club. Art, with a Polish theme, for children in the Sackler Centre Supper in the café or bring a picnic. Pay bar. The Gallery shop and Christ’s Chapel open £6

Cert PG 108 minutes Monday 31 August (Bank Holiday Monday) 7pm grounds open; 8pm screening Directed by Phyllida Lloyd, starring Meryl Streep, Colin Firth, Pierce Brosnan & Julie Walters

A sociable and relaxed evening with Charles and his six piece jazz group, and a number of featured artists. Set on a Greek island, the plot Vocals by Morag McClaren. serves as a background for the Café open for light meals – booking essential 020 8299 8717; wine bar songs of ABBA. A young woman about to be married discovers that Bring your rug and a hamper and any one of three men could be her picnic in the garden (or in the father. She invites all three to the Linbury Room if wet). wedding without telling her £6 entrance. Tickets bookable in mother, Donna, who was once advance or pay at the gate the lead singer of Donna and the Dynamos. BAFTA and Golden Globe nominee Open air presentation – dress in period and sing along with all your favourite ABBA songs. Bring a cushion and a picnic. Café open £6

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Arranged by the Friends but everyone is welcome

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London Visits London Visits Booking essential for the visits. For local walks pay on the day Royal Academy of Music Museum Wednesday 6 May 2.30–4pm Meet at the entrance to the Museum on Marylebone Road, roughly halfway between Baker Street and Regent’s Park Underground Stations.

Government Art Collection

Hogarth’s London Walk

Handel House Museum

Wednesday 20 May 6.30–7.30pm Meet outside Queen’s Yard, 179a Tottenham Court Road – the nearest Underground Station is Warren Street.

Tuesday 2 June 10am–1pm Meet at Henry VIII Gate, St Bart’s Hospital, West Smithfield, EC1 Nearest tubes are St Paul’s or Barbican.

Wednesday 15 July 2.30–4pm Meet at the Museum Entrance, 25 Brook Street, W1.

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Governement Art Collection. Jonathan Parsons,Formulation Picture Space Lattice

McCann Collection, Royal Academy of Music, London

The Government Art Collection places works of art in British Government buildings and around the world. Developed over the past 100 years, it contains works by a wide range of artists. These works The museum displays material are primarily by British artists, and from the Academy’s collections of they range from the sixteenth instruments, archives, manuscripts century to the present day. and images, a showcase for the £10, £9 Friends work of performers, composers, Please note you will have to give instrument makers and scholars your name when you book for from a wide range of musical disciplines. Our private tour will be security reasons. There will be conducted by the Curator and will no pay-on-the-day option include paintings, manuscripts and instruments. It should also be possible to hear some of the rare instruments being played. £10, £9 Friends

This walk will take us through Hogarth’s London seeing some of his pictures. Starting at St Bart’s, walking past his birthplace to St Paul’s Churchyard and on to the Soane Museum, Covent Garden (where he studied – and eloped) and Leicester Square (where he lived and worked), ending at the Foundling Museum where he was a founding governor. We aim to arrange a visit to Hogarth’s House in Chiswick, currently being refurbished, next year. £15, £12 Friends – including entrance fees. The walk is 3 miles. We will also use public transport. Bring an Art Fund card if you have one. There will be no pay-on-the day option Canary Wharf Sculpture Walk Wednesday 1 July 6.30–8.30pm Meet at the ground level entrance to Heron Quays Station on the Docklands Light Railway.

2009 is the 250th anniversary of Handel’s death. He lived at 25 Brook Street for thirty-six years and composed many of his most famous works there. The Handel House Museum is a historic house where eighteenth century paintings and prints provide a backdrop to Handel’s life. As well as the tour we will also be having a recital of baroque music in his music room. £15, £14 Friends

Upper Norwood Triangle & Pissarro Walk Sunday 19 July 2.30–4.30pm Meet outside Gipsy Hill BR Station This walk will go up Westow Hill and around the Crystal Palace triangle, looking at some of the lesser known but interesting buildings. It will cover the area’s history and Pissarro. It will be led by local experts from the Norwood Society. £5, £4 Friends Please note that this is an active walk up a steep hill. West End Arcadia Wednesday 12 August 2.30–4.30pm Meet at the corner of Craven Street and the Strand outside Boots. The nearest Station is Charing Cross. The West End has six remaining shopping arcades, two dating back to the early nineteenth century, but there were originally far more. This summer afternoon walk, led by Ian McInnes, will take us through the area between Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly, and will offer both a chance to learn about their history and their architectural qualities. £5, £4 Friends

Canary Wharf was always far more than a group of skyscrapers. It represented the successful regeneration of London’s docks. The development’s American approach to the design of the public realm was unique in this country. This walk will cover the landscaping and public works of art – as well as the buildings. £6, £5 Friends

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GalleryFilm Film screenings and more… Each sociable evening includes an introduction to the film; themed refreshments; a free prize draw; DVD sales (please bring along your unwanted DVDs); an option to continue the evening with informal discussions at the Crown and Greyhound afterwards Bar opens 7.15pm, programme begins 7.45pm in the Linbury Room £8, £6 Friends

Sweet Smell of Success (1957)

The Station Agent (2003)

Cert PG 96mins Monday 18 May Directed by Alexander Mckendrick, starring Burt Lancaster, Tony Curtis & Susan Harrison

Cert 15 90 minutes Monday 15 June Writer/director Tom McCarthy

The beauty of sheer simplicity Sundance and BAFTA winner, The almighty J.J. …the columnist The Station Agent is an offbeat with sixty million believers …his American film about a friendship wrath is feared by those who between a dwarf, a hot dog guy worship the sweet smell of success! and a ditzy divorcee. Superb acting and skilful direction make this film An acerbic, dynamic and intense utterly entrancing film that exposes the diseased under-side of New York City’s Includes wine, ice cream van glamorous night life, revealing courtesy of Panino D’Oro and a capriciousness, greed, evil, free prize draw for The Visitor psychological violence, corrupt by Tom McCarthy (DVD) American ambition and betrayal. The American Film Institute named Burt Lancaster’s character J.J. Hunsecker) one of the top movie villains of all time!

William Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet (1996) Cert PG 124 minutes Monday 20 July Produced by Baz Luhrmann, written by William Shakespeare (play), starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Claire Danes The classic love story set in our time Luhrmann’s radical approach incorporates lively, modern imagery with a throbbing rock soundtrack and hip actors. Fast cars replace horses, guns stand in for swords and daggers. Danes makes a breathtaking Juliet, merging strength and fragility into one. DiCaprio is dynamite. Shakespeare has never been this sexy onscreen Includes wine, food kindly supplied by Romeo Jones and a free prize draw for a potted rose kindly supplied by Alleyn Park Garden Centre

GalleryFilm for Kids event Visual Effects talk by Sue Rowe Sunday 10 May 2–3pm Visual Effects Supervisor Sue Rowe talks about her work and shows examples included in our Oscar and Bafta winning film The Golden Compass. She and her team created the visual effects including 15 photorealistic CG daemon animal characters ranging from a chameleon to a panther, also the spectacular battle sequence at Bolvangar, as well as 3D vehicles and the extraordinary views of Lyra’s London. Sue won the 2008 Panalux Craft Award at the annual Women in Film and Television Awards. She is one of the worlds few female Visual Effects Supervisors.

The Golden Compass (2007) Cert PG 113 minutes Sunday 10 May 3.15–5pm in the Linbury Room Directed by Chris Weitz, starring Nicole Kidman, Dakota Blue Richards, Daniel Craig. Ian McKellen, Ian McShane A fantasy adventure in which a feisty heroine battles evil forces in an alternative world where every human being is joined to an animal spirit-creature. This is the film version of Northern Lights, the first of Philip Pullman’s fantasy series His Dark Materials. The Golden Compass won the 2008 BAFTA Award for Special Visual Effects and an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects £6 includes juice & popcorn in the interval Tickets are also available online at www.dulwichfestival.co.uk or the Festival box office 10am–2pm Saturday 2 May and Saturday 9 May outside Moxon’s fishmongers, Lordship Lane

Mamma Mia! (2008) Cert PG 108 minutes Monday 31 August (Bank Holiday Monday) see page 20 23

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Community Events

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Dulwich Festival An evening with Andrew Motion Friday 8 May 7.30pm Andrew Motion, last year’s Poet Laureate, introduces his latest book of poems, The Cinder Path and a new collection of essays, Ways of Life: On Places, Painters and Poets. He talks about his autobiography and answers questions about his writing and his role as Laureate. “I see myself as town crier, canopener and flag-waver for poetry”. £12, to include a glass of wine Book online at www.dulwichfestival.co.uk or at the Box Office 10am–2pm Saturday 2 May outside Moxon’s fishmongers, Lordship Lane Dulwich Festival Open House Weekend Sunday 10 May The Gallery is proud to be part of the Dulwich Festival. The Gallery, but not the exhibition, will be free all day.

Traversa: A solo walk across Africa by Fran Sandham

The Dulwich Players: The Adventures of Alice

Wednesday 13 May 7.30pm Fran Sandham, author and public speaker, walked across Africa completely alone: no backup, no support team, no one to carry his gear, no sponsors, no film crew, no journalists, no fuss, no cheering crowds, and no strings attached. A man whose journey on foot across Africa needs to be heard to be believed £10, to include a glass of wine.

Thursday 9 July, 8pm Friday 10 July, 8pm Saturday 11 July, 5.30, 8.30pm, Sunday 12 July, 6pm Adaptation by Jill Alexander and Jill Kevan of Lewis Carroll’s classic stories Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. An open-air production in the garden of Dulwich Picture Gallery Presented by the Dulwich Players in conjunction with the Friends

Book online at www.dulwichfestival.co.uk or at the Box Office 10am–2pm Saturday 2 May outside Moxon’s fishmongers, Lordship Lane

£12 seated, £10 Friends and Dulwich Players, £6 on the grass and children under 12 years

Open Garden Squares Weekend Saturday 13 & Sunday 14 June As part of the Open Garden Squares weekend we invite you to share the delights of the Dulwich Picture Gallery gardens. www.opensquares.org Both days: • Children’s garden trail • Map of the trees in the garden • 10am Picture Gallery Café open to the public • 11am Dulwich Picture Gallery open to the public • 2pm Free tour of the garden • 3pm Free tour of the permanent collection in the gallery (after general admission £5.00 adult, £4.00 senior, free for children, students and disabled) Saturday 12.30–4.30pm Christ Chapel of God’s Gift open to the public

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Tickets available from The Players Box Office 020 670 0890 or the Friends Desk ; Online at www.dulwichfestival.co.uk or at the Box Office 10am–2pm Saturday 2 May and Saturday 9 May outside Moxon’s fishmongers, Lordship Lane

Friends enjoy: • Unlimited free access to the Gallery and all exhibitions, for themselves and a family guest • Exhibition previews • Discounts on a wide events programme • Regular Friends’ magazine

Friends’ Membership Dulwich Picture Gallery, Gallery Road, London SE21 7AD

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Young Friend £7.50 Membership for Friends joining between 1st July and 31st August is at the annual membership rate, but also provides membership for the following year.

Chapel Openings You can enter Christ’s Chapel of Alleyn’s College of God’s Gift from Dulwich Picture Gallery’s cloister. The chapel was consecrated in 1616 by George Abbot, Archbishop of Canterbury, as part of the Dulwich College Foundation Every Tuesday 1.30–3.30pm

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Dulwich Picture Gallery is an independent charitable trust (registered charity no. 1040942) and receives no regular government funding. The Gallery looks to dedicated individuals, companies and grant-making trusts to help us plan effectively and responsibly for the Gallery future and the future of its visitors.

About The Friends Joining the Friends is an easy introduction to supporting the Gallery. The Friends play an important role in the life and work of the Gallery. They make regular contributions to the Gallery’s running costs and the Education Programme, which has a national and international reputation for the quality and variety of its work Friends enjoy unlimited free entry to the Gallery, special exhibitions and are invited to private views. They are entitled to discounts on most events The Friends provide financial support for conservation, exhibitions and other projects. Each year they organise concerts, lectures, social events and visits to places of artistic and historic interest

Free email Friends membership is £30 (single), £40 (joint) or Young Friends (26 and under) £15. To join the Friends complete and return the application form in this leaflet or ring 07599 816 207

About The 1811 Club For a suggested minimum donation of £250, a patron member and named partner enjoy free admission to the Gallery and all exhibitions; special tours with the curator of each temporary exhibition and two special “behind the scenes” visits to other collections or museums each year. To join the 1811 Club please call 020 8299 8725

About the Desenfans Circle For a suggested minimum donation of £800, a patron member and named partner enjoy an annual black tie dinner in the Gallery; a trip abroad (at cost) with special access to private collections and public galleries; private views for each new exhibition; exclusive access to the Gallery; two annual visits to other collections or artists’ studios; and free admission to the Gallery and all exhibitions. To join the Desenfans Circle please call 020 8299 8725

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Calendar

Events Summer 2009

Key: Education Friends Gallery Other

May Saturday 2 Sunday 3 Tuesday 5 Wednesday 6 Thursday 7 Friday 8 Saturday 9

June Art for Adults: Saturday Art School p15 Artplay p19 Contextual Lecture Series: World War II p10 Visit to Royal Academy of Music Museum p21 Special Lecture Series p13 Special Events: Andrew Motion p25 Art for Adults: Saturday Art School p15

Ends 10 May: The Petrobelli Altarpiece Sunday 10 Sunday 10 Wednesday 13 Saturday 16 Sunday 17 Monday 18 Tuesday 19 Wednesday 20 Saturday 23 Sunday 24 Tuesday 26 Saturday 30

Art for Adults: One Day Taster p16 GalleryFilm (Dulwich Festival) p23 Special Events: A Walk Across Africa p25 Art for Adults: Saturday Art School p15 Art for Adults: One Day Taster p16 Gallery Film p23 Contextual Lecture Series: World War II p10 Visit to Government Art Collection p21 Art for Adults: Saturday Art School p15 Art for Adults: One Day Taster p16 Evening lecture p26 Saturday study day – Surrealism: Dreams and Nightmares p11

Ends 31 May: Sickert in Venice Sunday 31

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Artplay

Monday 1 Tuesday 2

Tuesday 2 Tuesday 2 Wednesday 3 Sunday 7 Monday 8 Tuesday 9 Tuesday 9 Tuesday 9 Wednesday 10 Wednesday 11 Friday 12 Saturday 13 Saturday 13 Sat13 & Sun 14 Sunday 14 Monday 15 Monday 15

Art for Adults: Watercolour Course p13 Contextual Lecture Series: World War II p10 Hogarth’s London Walk p21

Evening lecture

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Insight lecture p11 Artplay p19 Art for Adults: Watercolour Course p13 Art for Adults: Foundation Course p14 Art for Young People: 7–10 years p18 Evening lecture p12 Art for Adults: Wednesday Workshops p15 Art for Young People: 11–14 years p17 Guitar Concert p19 Art for Adults: Saturday Art School p15 Guitar Masterclass p20 Open Gardens Event p25 Art for Adults: One Day Taster p16 GalleryFilm p23 Art for Adults: Watercolour Course p13

16 June – 27 September: The Polish Connection

Tuesday 16 Tuesday 16 Tuesday 16 Tuesday 16 p19 Wednesday 17 Wednesday 17 Wednesday 17 Wednesday 17 Thursday 18 Thursday 18 Saturday 20 Sunday 21 Tuesday 23 Tuesday 23 Tuesday 23 Wednesday 24 Wednesday 24 Thursday 25

Art for Adults: Foundation Course p14 Art for Young People: 7–10 years p18 Contextual Lecture Series: World War II p10 Art for Adults: Foundation Course p14 Insight Lecture p11 Guitar concert Art for Adults: Wednesday Workshops p15 Art for Young People: 11–14 years p17 LATE: An evening with Antoni Malinowski p20 Director’s lecture: The Polish Connection p10 Art for Adults: Saturday Art School p15 Art for Adults: One Day Taster p16 Art for Adults: Foundation Course p14 Art for Young People: 7–10 years p18 Special Lecture: Mozart p19 Art for Adults: Wednesday Workshops p15 Art for Young People: 11–14 years p17 Opera Night: Midsummer Mozart p19

Saturday 27 Sunday 28 Monday 29 Tuesday 30 Tuesday 30 Tuesday 30

Art for Adults: Saturday Art School p15 Artplay p19 Art for Adults: Watercolour Course p13 Contextual Lecture Series: World War II p10 Art for Adults: Foundation Course p14 Art for Young People: 7–10 years p18

July Wednesday 1 Wednesday 1 Wednesday 1 Wednesday 1 Saturday 4 Sunday 5 Tuesday 7 Tuesday 7 Tuesday 7 Wednesday 8

Art for Adults: Wednesday Workshops p15 Insight Lecture p11 Canary Wharf Sculpture Walk p21 Art for Young People: 11–14 years p17 Art for Adults: Saturday Art School p15 Artplay p19 Contextual Lecture Series: World War II p10 Art for Adults: Foundation Course p14 Art for Young People: 7–10 years p18 Art for Adults: Wednesday Workshops p15

8 July – 27 September: Best of British Wednesday 8 Thursday 9 Friday 10 Saturday 11 Saturday 11 Sunday 12 Sunday 12 Tuesday 14 Tuesday 14 Wednesday 15 Wednesday 15 Wednesday 15 Thursday 16 Wednesday 16 Saturday 18 Sunday 19 Sunday 19 Monday 20

Tues 21 – Fri 24 Art for Adults: Short Course – Japanese prints p13 Sunday 26 Artplay p19 Wednesday 29 Art for Families: Art in the Garden p18

August Sunday 2 Artplay Wednesday 5 Art for Families: Art in the Garden Sat 8 – Sun 9 Art for Adults: Short Summer Course Tues 11 – Fri 14 Art for Adults: Short Summer Course Wednesday 12 Art for Families: Art in the Garden Wednesday 12 Visit to West End Arcadia Sat 15 – Sun 16 Art for Adults: Short Summer Course Tues 18 – Fri 21 Art for Young People: Short Summer Course Wednesday 19 Art for Families: Art in the Garden Sunday 23 Art for Adults: One Day Taster Tues 25 – Fri 28 Art For Young People: Short Summer Course Wednesday 26 Art for Families: Art in the Garden Sunday 30 Artplay Monday 31 Bank Holiday Family Drop in Monday 31 Mamma Mia in the garden

Art for Young People: 11–14 years p17 The Adventures of Alice p25 The Adventures of Alice p25 The Adventures of Alice p25 September Art for Adults: Saturday Art School p15 The Adventures of Alice p25 Saturday 5 Jazz in the Garden Art for Adults: One Day Taster p16 Art for Adults: Foundation Course p14 Art for Young People: 7–10 years p18 Art for Adults: Wednesday Workshops p15 Special Lecture p13 Visit to Handel House Museum p22 Director’s Lecture: Best of British p10 Art for Young People: 11–14 years p17 Art for Adults: Saturday Art School p15 Art for Adults: One Day Taster p16 Visit to Upper Norwood Triangle & Pissarro Walk p22 GalleryFilm p24

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What's On May - August 2009