These are the Study Days held in recent years:

Jan 2024 “Sicilian Splendours, Rome and Africa” by Paul Roberts
Sep 2023 “William Hogarth: Materials and Morals” by Lars Tharp
May 2023 “New York! New York!” by Mary Alexander
Jan 2023 scheduled but cancelled “The Home Beautiful” by Joanna Banham
Sep 2022 “Graphic Icons of the C20” by Howard Smith
May 2022 “Raphael – Genius of the Renaissance” by Jo Walton
Jan 2022 “The Age of Augustus John : Inspiration and Revolution in British Art” by Dr David Boyd Haycock
Sep 2021 “The Riches of Islamic Art and Architecture” by Professor James Allan
May 2021 “Swedish Grace: A hundred years of Swedish Art and Design” by Anne Anderson
Jan 2021 “The British Enlightenment: science, exploration and industry in Eighteenth century painting” by Justin Reay
Nov 2020 “The Housekeeper’s Tale: The Women who really ran the English Country House”  by Tessa Boase
Jan 2020 “Can We Trust the Experts?”  by David Phillips
Sep 2019 “Backstage at the Opera”  by Simon Rees
May 2019 “Rivals and Radicals: Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth and Ben Nicholson”
by Jo Walton
Jan 2019 “Bankrolling the Renaissance: A History of the Medici Family”  by Douglas Skeggs
Oct 2018 “Painting on Light: a History of Stained Glass”  by Roger Rosewell
May 2018 “The Mysterious Language of Paintings”  by Val Woodgate
Feb 2018 “Secrets and Symbols of the Dutch Old Masters”  by Lynne Gibson
Oct 2017 “How 20th Century Art Shaped the Art of Today”  by Linda Smith
Mar 2017 “Russian Art: The Revolution in Art, and Art in Revolution”  by Rosamund Bartlett
Nov 2016 “The Art of Venice: the Lion of the Sea”  by Douglas Skeggs