Membership

Being a member of The Arts Society Kensington & Chelsea automatically confers membership of The Arts Society to whom we are affiliated, receiving monthly newsletters and the quarterly Review magazine which, as well as interesting articles on the art world and exhibitions throughout the country, carries information on courses and in-depth study days run by the education department, on trips both in this country and abroad as well as their programme of lectures. The Arts Society membership card entitles holders to reduced entry to some galleries and exhibition and to participation in the Heritage Volunteer programme.

The Arts Society Kensington & Chelsea runs a programme of lectures held at the Kensington Library exclusively for their members, who also have access to visits both in London, throughout the country and overseas run exclusively for its members.

Lectures

Lectures are included in the annual subscription and the monthly lectures are held from October to July on Tuesdays at 10.30am and on Thursdays at 6.30pm. Lectures are held in the Kensington Central Library Lecture Hall entrance via 12 Phillimore Walk, which is also the entrance to the local Surgery. Members are asked to sign in at the door and to show their current membership.

As of October 2021, please note that Lectures will be either on ZOOM or in the Lecture Hall. This will be confirmed in the Lecture reminder emailed before each lecture.

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Visits

Visits are arranged to places of interest both in London and throughout the country including overseas trips. We currently have restrictions due to Covid-19, please check the website.

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Heritage Volunteers

We are part of an extensive programme of Heritage Volunteering, working with Museums and collections in and around London on many interesting projects for which training is given.

For further details call 020 7430 0730 or email: enq@theartssocietykensingtonchelsea.com

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Upcoming events

NOT IN FRONT OF THE AUDIENCE: CENSORSHIP ON THE BRITISH STAGE

On September 26 1968, after 231 years of official censorship, Britain ended the power of the Lord Chamberlain to decide what the…

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Lecture

MARRAKECH – A FOUR NIGHT TRIP

Explore the mystique and magic of Marrakech and the High Atlas Mountain village of Imlil, this journey reveals Morocco’s many facets, and…

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VISIT ROCHESTER CATHEDRAL IN THE HEART OF ROCHESTER, ON THE MEDWAY

Rochester Cathedral is England’s second oldest, founded by Bishop Justus.  The present building dates to the work of the French monk, Bishop…

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