- IAA Lunchtime Lecture - Some Twentieth Century Suffolk Painters with Mark Beesley
- Paul Smith
IAA TOWN LECTURES AND CONCERT SERIES 2017 SOME TWENTIETH CENTURY… Read More
- IAA Lunchtime Concert - Musicology
- Paul Smith
IAA TOWN LECTURES AND CONCERTS SERIES 2017 MUSICOLOGY Sopr… Read More
- IAA Lunchtime Concert - Trianon Music Group
- Paul Smith
IAA Town Lectures & Concerts Series 2016 … Read More
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
New Secretary required for IAA
Juliet Bowmaker, current honorary Secretary and a Trustee of Ipswich Arts Association
will be stepping down at the October AGM due to professional commitments.
A new secretary is therefore being sought.
The secretary acts as clerk to the IAA executive committee (Trustees), assists the
Chairperson to prepare agendas, attends Executive and General Meetings,
producing Minutes and associated documentation. The secretary also maintains
appropriate records for the Association of the 50 member societies and groups.
The Secretary is elected each year along with all other Executive Officers.
It is hoped that suitable volunteers can be identified before the new year
A small honorarium is payable and expenses covered, but this is primarily a volunteer post.
If interested or for further details please email, Chris Green via chair@ipswich-‐arts.org.uk
Town Lectures and Concerts 2017
The eighteenth 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 – January 12
SOME TWENTIETH CENTURY SUFFOLK PAINTERS
Besides the famous artists who have worked in Suffolk, there have been many others,
some well-known, others less so. This talk introduces eight painters from the twentieth
century who lived and worked for all or part of their careers in Suffolk: Rose Mead,
John Arnesby Brown, Anna Airy, John Nash, Cor Visser, Peggy Somerville,
Prunella Clough and Colin Moss. Some responded to Suffolk’s landscape, others
painted its people and way of life in ways that reflect the wider artistic trends of their time.
Full details of the 2017 series – Town Lectures & Concerts
Current edition: Issue XIII September – December 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.
Ipswich Arts Association would like to thank MUSIC WORLD Ipswich
for kindly supplying an electronic piano for use at the Wolsey Gallery
during Ipswich Music Day 2016
Ipswich Music Day 2016 – Christchurch Park
Thank you to all those who participated at this years event, performers
and backstage crew and to the many who came along to support all the acts.
Ipswich Music Day celebrated it’s 25th year (2016) and once again IAA
presented the ‘Classical Stages’ the name has ‘stuck’ over the years
but a wide range of musical performers and styles are featured.
Details of this years event
Ipswich Arts Association – Open House Event
IAA Open House 2016 was held in June, the week long event offered IAA members the
opportunity to showcase their organisation and to promote forthcoming events.
Live craft displays could also be seen during the event.
This was IAA’s first event of this type and following feedback from both
visitors and participants, we plan to hold another “Open House” in 2017.
Details will be announced in due course – watch this space!