NEWS

The latest news from the Ipswich Institute

Looking Forward

If you would like to receive a copy of our 2018 Spring Term programme of evening classes as soon as it is published, please send us an email and we will add you to our distribution list.

We expect to have the programme ready by the end of November.

posted 17 Oct 17

Evening Courses

Most of the Courses in our Evening Programme are now full - but there are still places on Astronomy for Beginners, German Beginners(Yr 2), Latin Beginners and Aspects of Art (Art History).

We will shortly update the course entries on this site to indicate where there are still places available, but please ask if you are interested in any of our courses.

posted 15 Sep 17

New Angle Prize Winners

The New Angle Prize Awards Dinner was held on 6th September at Hintlesham Golf Club just outside Ipswich.
The £2,000 winning book was announced as Julia Blackburn's "Threads, The Delicate Life of John Craske".

For details of the prize, the Runner-up and the Readers' Choice Award, follow the link above to NEW ANGLE.

posted 07 Sep 17

EVENTS

Below are a selection of up-coming events, click here to see more

Spain 1937-39: a fight to the finish

Catherine Dell
Birkbeck Room, Tavern Street

25 Nov 17 9.30 - 3.30

Cost: Members £17.00
Non-members £19.00

Following on from 1936: Spain in Crisis, this study day continues the story of the Spanish Civil War from 1937 onwards.
Through the witness of combatants, medical teams, war correspondents, and civilians, our focus covers key events such as the bombing of Guernica (and Picasso’s response), the battle of Teruel – fought in sub-zero temperatures, the audacious, but doomed, offensive across the river Ebro, the fall of Catalonia…and the plight of 500,000 refugees.
For the Republicans, the war’s end in April 1939 brought disillusion and defeat.
For the country as a whole, division and dictatorship.
Note: It is not necessary to have attended 1936:Spain in Crisis

Public Event

Experimental Mixed Media

Steve Joyce
Birkbeck Room

02 Dec 17 9.30 - 3.30

£27 (Institute members), £32 (non-members) Includes coffee and sandwich lunch.

This workshop will explore the use of a wide range of media in different combinations, working on diverse surfaces to create images with very different characteristics.

Learn how to refine and enhance your skills, and how to exploit the potential and limitations of all kinds of materials. You will be using a wide variety of techniques for drawing and painting and expand your understanding of the materials as you modify, combine and refine methods. Demonstrations and prepared examples will introduce the methods and media and open tasks will help you explore your own picture making using conventional and unexpected materials to create distinctive pictures.

Suitable for all ability levels. A materials list is available and some specialist materials will be provided and included in the cost, with a small stock for further purchase if you wish.

Public Event

Suffolk Book League Author's Talk

Robert Lloyd Parry
Reading Room

06 Dec 17 7.30pm

Tickets from SBL: £8 (SBL members £4)

"OH WHISTLE..." - TWO GHOST STORIES BY M R JAMES

Robert Lloyd Parry is a freelance writer and actor who spends his time performing M.R. James’ ghost stories across the country. This will be a particularly festive candlelit event to end our 35th anniversary year on.

Public Event

COURSES

Courses for All

Our Evening Learning Programme of courses is open to the public, with discounted fees available to Institute members.

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Members' Courses

Over fifty daytime courses are available to those who pay an annual Institute membership subscription.

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