Please note that unless otherwise stated:
• Talks are at Kelmscott House starting 2.15 pm.
• Latecomers will not be admitted; we advise you arrive at least 10 minutes before the talk begins.
• Tickets: members, £10; non-members, £12; students/unwaged £5
Please book tickets for talks online. Alternatively applications for tickets may be sent to the WMS office – address at the bottom of this page. Stamped addressed envelopes should accompany all postal bookings.
The pre-booking of tickets for all events is strongly advised. Our historic Coach House lecture room has limited seating capacity and if you attend without booking beforehand you risk being turned away.
Starting with personal introductions to Benjamin Deakin and Diana Taylor’s artwork they will discuss the enduring relevance of Morris’ work and writings to contemporary artists and fine art practice today. In particular they…Find out more
Evelyn De Morgan visited Kelmscott Manor in the early 20th century with one clear objective, to use Jane Morris as her muse. Despite following so clearly in Rossetti’s footsteps, her…Find out more
In 1877, William Morris and Philip Webb, alarmed by the destructive “restoration” of ancient buildings that was occurring in Victorian England, together founded the Society for the Protection of Ancient…Find out more