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Subject: Conference on Regency interiors--addendum

Conference on Regency interiors--addendum

From: Lisa Oestreicher <lisa.oestreicher<-a>
Date: Friday, February 21, 2014
Regency Interiors
Icon Historic Interiors Section 6th annual conference
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge
The McCrum Lecture Theatre
Friday 28 March 2014

The programme for the Sixth Annual Cambridge Conference of the
Historic Interiors Section of ICON on Regency Interiors has now been
published. The day includes lunch at Corpus Christi College and
visits to selected Regency interiors in Cambridge.  After the
conference delegates wishing to join the supper party to continue
the conviviality, are invited to enjoy a glass of prosecco as they
taken by punt to a local Italian restaurant.

This year we are reducing the conference fee to enable more
participants to attend. The conference fee, including lunch, is
UKP65.00 for members and UKP85.00 for non-members (students
UKP35.00). The evening, including punt, prosecco and pasta, will
cost UKP30.00.

Accommodation: Rooms at St Catharine's College may be booked in
advance for the nights of the 27-28 March 2014


Please book early as places are limited.  Cheques should be made out
to "ICON (Historic Interiors)".  Please include your ICON membership
number on the reverse of the cheque.

For further details contact

    Mette de Hamel
    40 Lansdowne Gardens
    London SW8 2EF
    +44 207 622 1620
    mdehamel<-a t->btinternet< . >com


    10.15-10.45         Coffee and Registration

    10.45-10.55         Christine Sitwell
                        Welcome (Chair of ICON Historic Interiors

    10.55-11.25         Steven Parissien
                        Introduction to the Regency Period

    11.25-12.00         Alexandra Loske
                        Carmine, Lake, Vermillion, Chrome Yellow and
                        other expensive colours:  The influence of
                        colour theory and pigment production on the
                        decorative schemes of the interiors of the
                        Royal Pavilion, Brighton

    12.00-12.45         John Hartley and Adrian Smith
                        The Restoration and Conservation of a Suite
                        of Gillows Furniture at Nostell Priory

    12.45-13.00         Questions

    13.00-15.30         Lunch and Tours
                        Regency Interiors in Cambridge Colleges led
                        by Cambridge Blue Guides

    15.30-15.45         May Berkouwer
                        Mrs Hurst Dancing:a light-hearted look at
                        Regency Life in the Country.

    15.45-16.15         Richard Humphries
                        Revolution for Regency Silk Weaving:
                        Troubled times as Essex/Suffolk weavers pull
                        away from Spitalfields, to weave sumptuous

    16.15-16.45         Andrew Bush
                        Not just stripes:  paper hangings in the
                        early 19th century

    16.45-17.15         Gerry Abalone
                        Regency Frames: new developments in style
                        and materials

    17.15-17.30         Questions

    18.00               Delegates joining the supper party will then
                        enjoy a glass of prosecco and a punt ride
                        along the river to a local restaurant

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