Events

Events

If your society or gallery would like a talk or exhibition then just get in touch with Caroline using the Contact page.

2016 - 2017

 

Ends Feb 23rd 2017 Holborn Library has a display of items celebrating the centenary of Nursery Rhymes of London Town written by Eleanor Farjeon, illustrated by Max Gill.  www.camden.gov.uk

May 2016 - May 2017  The Map and Atlas Museum of La Jolla in California is showing 'Art Meets Cartography: The World of MacDonald Gill', an exhibition of recently acquired Max Gill posters, alongside a selection of American pictorial maps.  http://www.lajollamapmuseum.org

July 22nd 2016 - April 3rd 2017 The National Library of Scotland exhibition 'You are Here: a journey through maps' includes the Cable and Wireless Great Circle map in the “world” section.  NLoS, George IV Bridge, Edinburgh, EH1 1EW.  www.nls.uk

November 4th 2016 - March 1st 2017 The British Library exhibition 'Maps of the 20th Century: Drawing the Line'  shows the Great Circle and the Atlantic Charter maps.  www.bl.uk

April 2nd 2017 - 31st October 2017 Kelmarsh Hall 'MacDonald Gill: Charting his Age' includes poster maps, painted maps and graphic work.  www.kelmarsh.com
 

Talks

Thursday 12th January 7.15pm Holborn Library 'Nursery Rhymes of London Town' presented by Anne Harvey and Caroline Walker.  www.camden.gov.uk

Thursday 19th January 7.30pm Dorset County Decorative & Fine Art Society at the Corn Exchange, Dorchester: ‘Discovering MacDonald Gill: Architect, Artist and Mapmaker’. Non-members wishing to attend are welcome (£5 discretionary payment). http://dorsetcountydfas.org.uk/

Thursday 9th March 10.15 Marlow DFAS at Marlow Methodist Hall,Spittal Street (fee for non-members). http://marlowdfas.org.uk

Wednesday 26th July 11.00am for 11.30am Blandford Forum Men's Probus Club, at The Crown Hotel, Blandford Forum, Dorset. 

Tuesday 12th September 7.30pm Tisbury History Society, Hinton Hall, Tisbury, Wilts.  http://www.tisburyhistory.co.uk/

 

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