The Arts Society

Westminster members have supported a wide range of projects in ecclesiastical venues this year.


Currently we are looking to recruit more volunteers to strengthen our team.


To get involved in Church Recording please contact

Robert Chase: churchrecording@theartssocietywestminster.org

















To get more information about Volunteering please contact Jennifer Feller:

volunteers@theartssocietywestminster.org



CHURCH RECORDING

& VOLUNTEERING EXPERIENCES EXPERIENCES

INTRODUCTION

ABOUT US

VISITS & TOURS

LECTURES

STUDY DAYS

YOUNG ARTS

CHURCH RECORDING

HERITAGE VOLUNTEERS

A team of volunteers guided by three mentors have continued recording as the All Hallows project comes to a close, but we continue to look for volunteers for future church projects in the following months. Volunteers can expect to devote two days a month to a recording project and training can be provided for those new to church recording, with the prospect of involvement with the National Church Recording Co-ordinator and also The Arts Society.

All Hallows by the Tower

Photos by Richard Eaton

Household Cavalry Museum

Mary-Lou Finlan taking a 'Mini Troupers session' with a group of under 5 bi-lingual (French and English) children from a school in Paddington.


The children and their parents have emailed votes of thanks 'A Good Time Was Had By All'  to the Museum.


A team of volunteers has begun a church inventory project at St Andrew, a Wren church in Holborn, where Benjamin Disraeli was baptised, and prominent in which is the tomb of the founder of the Foundling Hospital for abandoned children, Thomas Coram. Two teams are recording items on alternate weeks whilst the church interior is being refurbished.

St Andrew Holborn

Registered Charity No 1140639                  The Arts Society Westminster is the operational name for Westminster Decorative & Fine Arts Society