Roycroft History Course – Saturdays in November
Roycroft History Course:
Masters of the Arts & Crafts
Saturdays in November | 11:00 am EST
The Roycroft Campus is once again offering a new History Course this Fall, all done virtually. The course will look at the “Masters of the Arts & Crafts,” John Ruskin, William Morris, Gustav Stickley and Elbert Hubbard II. Think of it as the Mount Rushmore of the movement. Through these four individuals, you will have a better understanding of the Arts and Crafts, and it’s key players. A different guest speaker will lead each class, which takes place on Zoom, Saturday afternoons at 11:00am in November.
The Roycroft History Course is $20 for each individual presentation, or register for the whole course and save $10, all four classes for $70.
John Ruskin: A Radical and Humane Visionary – Saturday, November 7th | 11:00 am EST
Master of All Trades: William Morris’ “True Secret of Happiness” – Saturday, November 14th | 11:00 am EST
Gustav Stickley, The Man and His Mission – Saturday, November 21st | 11:00 am EST
Bert Hubbard: The Forgotten Son Who Saved the Roycroft – Saturday, November 28th | 11:00 am EST
For more information on the talks and presenters Click Here.
$70 tuition – zoom link will be provided by email the week of the event.
Registration is required.
All proceeds benefit the continued preservation & restoration of the historic Roycroft Campus.