Each Autumn, the Guild holds its Annual General Meeting, to which all Companions are invited, usually at a site or building that has some close connection to Ruskin or to the Guild's current or previous activity. It is always a convivial gathering, during which the previous year's activity and accounts can be reviewed and discussed, new Companions are invited to sign the Roll, and the Guild also hosts a Companion's dinner at the end of the day. The AGM is preceded by the Guild's annual Ruskin Lecture.
The 2018 Annual General Meeting of the Guild of St George took place on 3 November at the Oxford Museum of Natural History, and was proceeded by the annual Ruskin Lecture, RUSKIN, THE PRE-RAPHAELITES AND THE OXFORD MUSEUM, given by Professor John Holmes.
Download the agenda and papers for the meeting, including the Guild accounts for the year, here.
You can view the 2018 Ruskin Lecture here.
The 2017 Annual General Meeting of the Guild of St George took place at the Millennium Gallery, Sheffield, on Saturday 4th November 2017. The Ruskin Lecture focused on the Ruskin Collection artists, Frank Randal and William Hackstoun, and was given by the Curator of the Collection, Louise Pullen. Watch here.
The 2016 Annual General Meeting of the Guild of St George took place at the Birmingham and Midland Institute on 5th November. The Ruskin Lecture was given by Companion Dr Bernard Richards, Emeritus Fellow of Brasenose College, Oxford, who spoke on 'The Sombre Robe': Ruskin and Birmingham. Watch here.
You can read the AGM papers here.
A number of presentations were given during the 2016 AGM, which you can watch below.