ABOUT THE SOCIETY
"We are very proud to be the seventh oldest society within The Arts Society - previously called NADFAS"
"We arrange a wide selection of lectures - mornings, afternoons, evenings and days of special interest - plus outside visits and tours - one-day UK coach visits, five-day UK tours and five-day overseas tours"
"Our volunteer programme includes Young Arts, Heritage Volunteering and Church Recording"
The Arts Society Moor Park is a friendly and enthusiastic society, which meets to enjoy talks on a great variety of subjects within the spectrum of decorative and fine arts, given by lecturers who are specialists in their field. We encourage members to arrive at least half an hour before meetings to enjoy refreshments, sign up for outings and upcoming lectures, chat with friends and make new friends.
Our vibrant, action packed programme includes a morning lecture at Winston Churchill Hall, Ruislip, usually on the third Wednesday of the month, afternoon and evening lectures at Moor Park Mansion, Rickmansworth, and four or five day trips a year by coach to places of historic or artistic interest.
Four times a year we arrange a Day of Special Interest at Moor Park Mansion to look at a topic in greater depth and each year we have a five day UK trip. In addition, every two years we arrange a five day trip abroad.
When it is practical to do so we broadcast morning, afternoon and evening lectures online using Zoom.
We have a thriving volunteer programme encompassing Young Arts, Heritage Volunteers and Church Recorders, which we encourage members to join if they can spare a few hours a month – no specialist knowledge needed.
Interested in joining us? You are most welcome to come to a ‘taster’ meeting. Our President is always near the registration desk, ready to show you around and introduce you to people.
Do look further into our web site for reports on what we have done in recent years and what we plan to do in future.
The Society is a charity, registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales, registered number 1111942. The Society's objects are the promotion and advancement of the aesthetic education of the public, the cultivation, appreciation and study of decorative and fine arts, and the giving of aid and expertise for the preservation of the artistic heritage of the United Kingdom for the benefit of the public. The Society is open to any member of the public without discrimination.