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The Broadway Colony Room

Broadway Museum & Art Gallery 65 High Street, Broadway

A permanent exhibition about the world-famous Broadway Colony of renowned artists, writers, musicians and actors, most notably John Singer Sargent, is installed in a dedicated room of the Broadway Museum and Art Gallery on behalf of the Broadway Arts Festival. This important piece of Broadway heritage recounts the interestingly interwoven lives of those who came [...]

Philip Mould “Hidden Strokes: Revelations of the Art World” Talk & Lunch

The Broadway Hotel The Village Green, Broadway

Lunch at The Broadway Hotel followed by a talk from Philip Mould from the BBC's Fake or Fortune? Philip has spent a career searching for lost paintings, many of them historical portraits but also other genres. He has written two books on the subject and co-presents the award winning BBC1 TV programme Fake or Fortune? [...]

“Pre-Raphaelite Sisters: Models & Muses” Talk by Jan Marsh

Lifford Hall Lower Green, Broadway

Join us for an illustrated talk by Jan Marsh, curator of the recent exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, which features familiar and newly-discovered images by and of women in the movement, including Jane Morris, Marie Spartali Stillman and Jamaican-born Fanny Eaton. Dr Jan Marsh is a long-standing expert on the Pre-Raphaelite movement with books [...]

A Tour of 3 Private Broadway Gardens with Marion Mako

Springfield House Springfield Lane, Broadway

Broadway’s gardens have been the backdrop for artists, writers, actors and musicians for over a century, and continue this theme today. On this walking tour of three famous private gardens with Marion Mako, we shall hear about some of the stories behind those who created, inhabited and visited them, all looking their finest in June. [...]

Arts & Crafts Gardens: Ursula Buchan & Marion Mako in conversation

Lifford Hall Lower Green, Broadway

Arts and Crafts Gardens: Ursula Buchan & Marion Mako in conversation How and why they developed and where to see them. This talk will take the form of a dialogue between Ursula Buchan, garden and social historian, and Marion Mako, garden historian and garden designer, accompanied by images of some Arts and Crafts gardens and [...]

Standing stones, Stewarts, ‘spooks’ & stags… A fast fling through the story of Scottish art by Lachlan Goudie

Lifford Hall Lower Green, Broadway

In a passionate and personal account, Lachlan Goudie will whisk you across 5,000 years of Scottish art in 50 minutes. He will reveal how creativity helped shape Scotland’s history, its culture and its destiny. Since the Neolithic era the tribal leaders and chieftains of this emerging nation used art to cement their authority. During the [...]