Fact into Fiction – A Masterclass with Writer in Residence Sarah Day

Gladstone's Library

Fact into Fiction – A Masterclass with Writer in Residence Sarah Day 24th November – 24th November 2019 10:00 am From historical novels to imagined biographies, writers have always been drawn towards turning fact into fiction. In this masterclass, novelist Sarah Day will help participants turn their own ideas (and perhaps even historical documents) into …
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Film and Theology

Gladstone's Library

Film and Theology 2nd December – 4th December 2019 Gladstone’s Library Warden Peter Francis returns with his popular course. Consider and discuss a selection of classic and contemporary films from a theological perspective, observing their world-view and the values they promote. Each film shown is award-winning and critically acclaimed. Programme coming soon. Residential prices start …
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Knitting & Quilting Retreat

Kanuga Conferences, Inc.

Knitting & Quilting Retreat Master knitting and quilting techniques on a weekend escape January 17th– 20th, 2019 Register Now The perfect weekend escape for knitters and quilters of every ability level, Kanuga’s Knitting and Quilting Retreat offers participants chances to make various projects showcasing different sewing techniques. About the Retreat Knitters and quilters can choose …
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New Years: Awaken Your Creative Heart

Pendle Hill

New Years: Awaken Your Creative Heart Dec 28, 2019 – Jan 1, 2020 A New Year’s retreat for inspiring your next year with Damini Celebre If you register by August 31: $845/private; $710/shared; $545/commuter If you register after August 31: $885/private; $745/shared; $570/commuter All materials provided. Materials fee included. If you are seeking financial assistance …
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Jane Austen in a Week

Gladstone's Library

Ethics, aesthetics, women’s agency, print culture, theology, landscape conservation, education – these are some of the topics with which Jane Austen’s characters wrestle in her six major novels. Austen represented key cultural debates through the varied and, at times, clashing perspectives of iconic figures such as Marianne Dashwood, Fitzwilliam Darcy, and Emma Woodhouse. In this …
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