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Traditional Ink-and-Wash Art

Extracurricular Events


We meet up to attend exhibitions, visit museums or attend any other event that takes our fancy. The events are loosely coordinated and members may incur an entrance fee or be required to book their own tickets.


Event: Chanel. Fashion Manifesto

Location: V&A

Date: 27th January 2024

Time: 2.30pm

Feel free to don your LBD for our trip to the first UK exhibition dedicated to the life & work of Gabrielle 'Coco' Chanel at the V&A. Tickets are £24 from their website.

Indulge in some naughty needlework on our 10th anniversary trip to the sunny seaside town of Whitstable! Alongside fish & chips & potential paddling, we'll be visiting the fantastic Profane Embrodiery exhbition. Details on their website.

Event:Profanity Embroidery Group Exhbit & Whitstable jolly


Date: 9th February 2024

Time: TBC


Event: Fashion City Exhibition

Location:London Museum of Docklands

Date: 2nd March 2024

Time: 2:45pm

We'll be getting groovy at this fascinating exhibition exploring the influence of Jewish desginers on London fashion, especailly the swinging 60s! Tickets start at £13, all details can be found on their website 

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Event: Spies, Lies & Deception exhbit

Location: Imperial War Museum

Date: 9th March 2024

Time: TBC

False beards & trech coats at the ready as we go on an undercover mission exploring over a century of espionage at London's Imperial War Museum. Tickets are free, all details can be found on their website. 


Event: Women in Revolt exhibit

Location: Tate Britain

Date: 23rd March 2024

Time: 2pm

Embrace your inner revolting woman on our trip to Tate Britain's exhibition on the rise of 2nd wave feminism between 1970 and 1990 & the heroines who championed female activism. Tickets from £17 from their website.


Event: Beyond Form: Lines of Abstraction exhibit & Margate jolly

Location: Turner Contemporary Gallery

Date: 20th April 2024

Time: TBC

 We're off to Kent for a sandy day in Margate & a visit to Turner Contemporary gallery's exhibit on pioneering female artists who reimagined abstract art following WW2. Entry is free, more information on their website.

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