IAA Lunchtime Lecture - Did The Sewers Save Lives - Dr. Anne Folan
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Ipswich Arts Association


Representing 50+ Arts Organisations in Suffolk

 

A welcome from Professor Chris Green – Chair IAA
Ipswich Arts Association has 50+ member organisations, which means that hundreds of
individuals are associated with its activities. 
In 2016 the Association is continuing a number of successful initiatives… click here to read full article 

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Ipswich Arts Association
Open House Event

Tuesday June 21 – Saturday June 25
Ipswich Tourist Information Centre

IAA Open House event is now up and running, providing the opportunity
for visitors to come and find out more about some of the many
organisations, from across the arts that belong to the IAA   more

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Ipswich Music Day 2016
Christchurch Park

As the Ipswich Music Day event marks it’s 25th year in 2016,
IAA will once again be presenting the ‘Classical Stages’
which will feature a range of musical performers and styles
Details can be found on the link.

Event & Venue details 2016 here

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Town Lectures and Concerts 2016


The seventeenth series of these highly popular lectures and concerts begins in January.
The lectures present Ipswich, with its rich history and cultural background through the eyes
of Suffolk-based speakers. Once again the series incorporates concert performances from
local musicians which highlight music through the ages and in a variety of styles.

Next in series

Lecture – July 14

DID THE SEWERS SAVE LIVES?
The people’s health in Victorian and Edwardian Ipswich

Dr.Anne Folan

The mortality rate in Ipswich fell quite dramatically between 1837 and 1910. One very important factor affecting this decline was the development of various facets of public health in the town, including the construction of the sewers and the appointment of the Medical Officer of Health. Anne Folan outlines the history of the development of public health initiatives in Ipswich during the Victorian and Edwardian periods and assesses their impact on the death rate.

JULY

 

Full details of the 2016 series  – Town Lectures & Concerts 2016

 
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IAA Newsletter 

IAA News April 2016 pic

Current edition: Issue XII May – August 2016

IAA newsletter is published three times each year, working in conjunction with our website,
it highlights news and forthcoming events from Ipswich Arts Association and its members.
Roy Preston, is permanent editor of the Newsletter.
Roy has worked as an editor for numerous books and magazines
for many years and is also a keen amateur singer.

Newsletter homepage

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