Friends of Decorative Arts Lecture Series
Director Emeritus John Schloder will examine “English Design Inside and Out, From Henry VIII to Queen Victoria.” He will begin with Renaissance architecture and interior design imported from France and discuss the short-lived English Baroque. He will also spotlight eighteenth-century Palladian follies (buildings primarily constructed for decoration) and nineteenth-century chinoiseries at George IV’s Asian-inspired Royal Pavilion at Brighton.
FODA programs and trips provide an ideal opportunity to make new friends.
Annual dues are $20, in addition to Museum membership. To join, please contact Membership Coordinator Steve Hack at 727.896.2667, ext. 245, or email@example.com. Non-FODA members can attend programs for $5, plus MFA admission. Carolyn Nygren is the volunteer coordinator.
During season, meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month at 2 p.m.