Town Lectures & Concerts - Rediscovering Cedric Morris, Artist and Plantsman
Paul Smith

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Ipswich Film Society - The Death Of Stalin
Paul Smith

  THE DEATH OF STALIN (15) UK 2017 Directed by Armando Iannucci… Read More

Town Lectures & Concerts - Suffolk Poetry Society - Inspired by the Ruba'lyat
Paul Smith

  SUFFOLK POETRY SOCIETY  Inspired by The Ruba’iyat with Harp… Read More

Gippeswyk Singers - Concert - Messa da Requiem by Verdi & Fanfare for Verdi Brass by Simon Milton
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Mega Music Sale - Ipswich County Library
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Wolsey Orchestra - Concert
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Ipswich Arts Association


IAA representing 50+ Arts Organisations in Suffolk

An introduction and 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 2019 the Association is continuing a number
of successful initiatives… click here to read full article

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Ipswich Music Day 2019 – Sunday 7th July

Applications for performers are now closed. Thank you to all who applied.
Full details of this years performers and programme will be
published in due course and will be available to view  HERE

 Ipswich Arts Association ‘Classical Stages’ will be over four venues:
St. Margarets Church, Bethesda Baptist Church,
The Wolsey Gallery at Christchurch Mansion and The Masonic Hall.

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Ipswich Arts Association would like to thank Music World, Queen St. Ipswich,
for  kindly supplying a Yamaha digital piano for Ipswich Music Day.
www.music-world-ipswich.co.uk
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Town Lectures and Concerts 2019


This year will be the twentieth series of the highly popular Town Lectures and Concerts.
The lectures present Ipswich, with its rich history and cultural background through the
eyes of Suffolk-based speakers and with concert performances from local musicians.

LECTURE 9 MAY

REDISCOVERING CEDRIC MORRIS, ARTIST AND PLANTSMAN with Diana Grace
Cedric Morris was a highly acclaimed, commercially successful artist who became
disillusioned with the London art scene’s bias towards abstract paintings. On moving to
Suffolk in 1930 with his partner, Arthur Lett Haines, he continued to paint prolifically while
creating wonderful gardens and running an art school. Although he enjoyed a devoted
following from fellow artists and friends, his work was largely forgotten until recently.
This illustrated talk offers a glimpse into the world of this under-rated artist.

Full details of the 2019 series here:  Town Lectures & Concerts

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Ipswich Charter Hangings – Volunteers needed!


Could you spare a few hours to welcome visitors to St Peter’s by the Waterfront Church in Ipswich?   The Ipswich Arts Association need more volunteer stewards for Fridays from May
to the end of September, 10am-1pm or 1pm-4pm.  In addition to welcoming people, volunteers
are asked to highlight the information available about the various displays within the church
including the Ipswich Charter Hangings.  If you are interested and able to help, even with just
one or two of the sessions over the summer, or want more information about what is involved,
please contact, Ann Cloke on 07715 132591, 01473 230559
or email: charterhangings@ipswich-arts.org.uk

Ipswich Charter Hangings – Viking panel (section)

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IAA Newsletter 


Current edition: January – April 2019  Click for pdf version

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.
Further details here:  Newsletter homepage

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Ipswich Arts Association:  Privacy Information Notice – click for pdf