Exploration of the ways in which these places of worship influenced artists between the 17th & 20th Centuries. Aspects of the backgrounds of the artists & the production of the paintings will be discussed – artists included took the theme in several ways: as part of the landscape/townscape, architecturally, effects of light/shade, socio-historical aspects of the people involved. Fully illustrated with discussion.
Tutor: Rachel Holland-Hargreaves
Venue: Joseph Wright Hall – a former Primitive Methodist Chapel. The session will take place in the ground floor Community Hall – which is fully accessible. There are wheelchair accessible toilets, and car parking n the Wilderspin National school Museum car park.
To enrol call: the WEA on 0300 3030 3464 or ring the Barton Branch on 01652 632739.
These classes are run by the Khedrubje Kadampa Buddhist Centre (Hull) and are ideal whether you are a complete beginner or have practiced meditation before.
We meditate sitting on chairs to ensure everyone is comfortable. There is no physical exercise involved and you don’t need to wear special clothing or bring anything with you. Each class includes a guided meditation, a short talk and an opportunity to ask questions with refreshments.
The classes cost £5 per session and you don’t need to book in advance, just turn up! The classes start at 7pm.
The classes take place in the Aelberry Building at the rear of the school museum. There is plenty of car parking.
For info on this class call: 07783 185 332 or visit www.meditateinhull.org.uk