Other organisations' events

All courses and events listed here are run by organisations other than the SPAB and we have no responsibility for their content. Appearance on this list does not equal endorsement by the SPAB. Please contact the organiser using the details listed for each event with any questions or to find out more.

The Cathedral's Learning for All programme includes accessible learning for every age and ability and includes a range of activities inspired by the Cathedral, traditional crafts and creative interpretation. These include workshops, short courses, master classes and demonstrations.
Amberley Museum is celebrating its 40th birthday with a weekend exploring its chalk and lime heritage. Up until the late 1960s, the Museum site was a working chalk pit where chalk was quarried and burnt in kilns to produce lime.  Many of the original quarry buildings and lime kilns remain.

16 - 17 November 2019
The destruction caused by the fire, and the ongoing debates about the restoration of such a cultural icon, raise both technical and ethical considerations. This Institution of Structural Engineers conference will discuss the the restoration of such monuments for a range of historic and recent projects of similar significance. 29 October 2019.
The Morris & Co. interior is an instantly recognisable aesthetic, devised to bring art into the everyday, and give joy to both maker and user.
This symposium on Wednesday 6 November 2019, at the Art Workers' Guild in London, will explore the different types of Morris & Co. interiors (private and public commissions).
These lectures explore key moments in 17th century history through the lens of the architectural expedients the Stuart monarchs adopted to rule.Based on new research Simon Thurley illuminates the architectural world of the century of revolution.