Coronavirus update June 26

On-Line Lectures

While we have had to postpone all our events scheduled for April to July, we held our first and very successful on-line lecture in June, watched by 87 members. Sian Walters talked to us about The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao and the Architecture of Frank Gehry. You can read a report in our news section here. We will be holding our second on-line lecture on

Thursday 16 July at 2pm when Stella Grace Lyons will talk to us about The Land of the Midnight Sun – Norway’s Golden Age of Painting. See more details here

We plan to continue to hold on-line lectures if necessary through the autumn until it is safe for us to resume normal meetings in the village hall.

Virtual Coffee Mornings

We will also be offering members the opportunity to socialise through virtual coffee mornings using Zoom video conferencing technology.

Arts on the Internet

We are regularly updating our new Arts on the Internet page with ideas and recommendations for things you can see and hear at home. You’ll find many links to: Lectures and Talks, Featured Artists, Exhibitions, Art Quiz, Theatre, Opera, Ballet and Musical performances, Virtual Tours of museums and galleries, Gardens and Members’ Recommendations. We hope you find this useful and would welcome feedback and suggestions.  We’ve also set up a new TAS Grayshott discussion forum on the Arts Society’s new Arts Society Connected website and a TAS Grayshott Facebook page.

We do hope you and your families all keep safe and well until we are able to meet again. Meanwhile, please do give any committee member a ring if you have any questions or would just like a chat – you are more than welcome.