Heritage Open Days are always popular & enjoyed by many & St Annes Town Hall will open it’s doors to the public once again.
An insight to show the relationship between the Victorians & their dogs in paintings.
Veronica McDonnell gave a fascinating talk on Kathleen White, one of the women artists featured in the Exhibition, Waymaking: Women Artists of the Region
Members & invited guests to celebrate the conservation of Hebe & Amphritite, the two most beautiful marble statues which dominate the original entrance hall of the Town Hall building.
Read about this most fascinating & informative day out to two very interesting places.
New designs of local scenes & artists for greeting cards & notelets are on their way.
An update on the tasks that Sophie Fuce, Collections Development Officer, is working on with the Lytham St Annes Art Collection.
Members & friends are welcome to join us at 2.00pm on Wednesday 20 February at St Annes United Reformed Church for this wonderful talk.
Order our new Christmas Cards & 2019 Calendar & help the Friends to fund important conservation work.
Discover how Sophie will be working diligently to achieve accreditation for the Collection from Arts Council England.
TASF celebrate 10th Anniversary by conserving Ivories
Heritage Open Day Lytham St Annes, when the general public visit buildings not usually open to them, was enjoyed by many.
Discover how donations make a difference: ‘A Lady Seated on a Balcony’ oil painting by Alfred Louis Andrieux, revealed after £1000 conservation donation
Attendees delight at ‘Food for Thought: The Art of Richard Ansdell in a Culinary Context’ Exhibition, 24 May-1 July 2018
We’re quite excited about our beautiful Christmas cards & also our calendar which for us is something new. Order yours now. Once they’re gone… they’re gone!
Discover what the Friends got up to on a visit to one of the oldest & best preserved manor houses in the North West & a Grade 1 listed building built around the year 1200.