A visit to Dorich House Museum is scheduled for Thursday 2 November 2017 and will last about two hours. We are asked to arrive at 11.00am when tea, coffee and biscuits will be served.
The Museum was the studio home of the internationally renowned sculptor Dora Gordine (1895-1991). She trained in Estonia and later in France, where she achieved critical recognition, before moving to Kingston in 1936 where she lived and worked for the rest of her life. The Museum contains a major collection of sculpture, paintings and drawings. It also contains an important collection of Russian Imperial art and artefacts assembled by her husband, the Hon. Richard Hare who was a leading scholar of Russian literature.
The visit is limited to 20 people and booking will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Friends will have priority booking up to the 29 September after which the visit will be open to all. People going on the visit are asked to find their own way to the Museum. If you need transport or can provide it please contact Valerie Marsen at firstname.lastname@example.org. Directions to the Museum will be issued closer to the time. Friends are also asked to email their telephone number together with details of next-of-kin and their mobile number to Valerie.
Please note: This visit is not suitable for those with walking difficulties.
Thursday 2 November 2017 | 11.00am at the Museum, 67 Kingston Vale, London SW15 3RN
£15 Friends | £18 Adults payable online or at The Lightbox Reception
Friends have priority booking until 29 September
To book a ticket, you will need to enter the three digit Friends number found on your special green Friends Annual Pass. Please note that only one ticket may be booked per Friend.
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