Archaeology and art
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CLEVEDON Adult Studies Association will put on two Saturday schools for those keen to learn about new subjects.
On March 2 from 10.30am-2.30pm at the town council offices in Old Street, An Introduction to Impressionism will be held.
Paul Chapman will guide participants through the characteristics of work created by impressionists and will also explore the origins, significance and legacy of the movement.
On March 16 from 10.30am-2.30pm at the Friends Meeting House in , An Introduction to Archaeology will be put on.
The first half will see Ian Meadows explore the wide range of investigative techniques used by modern archaeologists before he the guides participants through evidence compiled for a Roman settlement in the West Country.
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To book a place or for more details call Pat on 01275 875349 or Maggie on 877180 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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