Future visits will be announced when we are able to organise them within Government Covid guidelines.
VIRTUAL ONLINE TRIPS OR VISITS
Why not try out the ideas below for virtual online trips or visits.
Dylan Lewis Sculpture Gardens, near Stellenbosch, South Africa
The Arts Society Blockley invites Arts Society Corinium Members to join them on a virtual walk around the on Tuesday 2nd March at 1.15 for a 1.30 p.m. start. We will connect virtually with our guide, Clive De Bruyne (a Cape Town tourist guide for 20 years)
If you wish to join you will need to pre-register and make a contribution in advance of £5 per person. Details about how to do this will be sent by email to members shortly.
For some background, the South African sculptor Dylan Lewis (b.1964) has established an incredibly beautiful outdoor exhibition space known as the Dylan Lewis Sculpture Garden. The Sculptures have been chosen and situated so as to relate to the surrounding environment, the landscaping has been designed with intention so as to form a living sculpture and the space is somewhat sacred to the artist and this is very much felt by the visitor. The space is set against the Stellenbosch Mountains and is the former home and studio of Dylan Lewis. This exhibition is normally by appointment and only local South African art enthusiasts actually know about it. This is truly a hidden gem. Join Clive and one of the garden curators as we explore this very special piece of the earth.
Clive De Bruyne was born and brought up on the south coast of South Africa. He has travelled around the world on a shoestring, scrubbed decks on the French Riviera, farmed in England and taught in South Africa. He attended the University of Cape Town where he obtained his Bachelors in Social Science and post graduate in Education. Clive has travelled extensively in Southern Africa and has been running his boutique touring business for well over a decade.
If you are feeling fed up that you can't travel at the moment, then why don't you click on this link to Virtualtrips and be whisked away on a tour given by a local guides from places all over the world.
While it costs you nothing to join a tour, there is a facility to leave a tip if you so wish. It’s great for the local tour guides, who then have a way to make some income.
So why not breakfast in Bucharest, lunch in Ljubliana and spend dinner time in Dublin. The world is your oyster!
This is the avenue of the Sphinxes, a recently excavated 3 km long processional way connecting Luxor to Karnak. It is Unesco World Heritage site that is an active archaeological site.