Past events 2008
- 18th Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf
June 19–22, 2008
University of Denver, Denver, Colorado, U.S.A.
Theme: Woolf Editing/Editing Woolf
- Exhibition on Woolf runs through Nov. 22
A free exhibition on Virginia Woolf titled “This Perpetual Fight: Love and Loss in Virginia Woolf’s Intimate Circle,” is running at New York’s Grolier Club, 47 E. 60th St., New York, with previously undisplayed Woolfiana through Nov. 22. Hours are Monday – Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Get a map to direct you to the club, the nation’s oldest and largest society for bibliophiles and enthusiasts in the graphic arts
- William Morris Society in the United States, the Grolier Club, American Friends of Arts and Crafts in Chipping Campden, the Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms, and the Victorian Society in America.
The play, a send-up of Woolf’s great-aunt, the famed photographer, was written for a private Bloomsbury theatrical party in 1931.
It is sponsored by the
Tickets are available at a reduced rate of $12 for members of the Society and the other sponsoring organizations. The cost is $18 for others. Tickets may be purchased either online or by sending a check. For tickets or more information, click here.
Past events 2007
- Modernist Studies Association Conference
Nov. 1-4, 2007
The Westin, Long Beach, Calif.
Theme: Geographies of Literary & Visual Cultures
The conference included a panel on “Virginia Woolf as Poetry Editor of the Hogarth Press,” chaired by Bonnie Kime Scott of San Diego State University. Download the full conference schedule.
- The New Farnham Reportory Actors’ Company reading of Virginia Woolf’s only play Freshwater
Oct 4 through Oct. 6, 2007, 7:30 p.m.
Watts Gallery, Down Lane, Compton in Surrey, England
The comedy in three acts was read in the midst of an exhibit of photographs by Julia Margaret Cameron of Tennyson, Watts, Ellen Terry and others.
- 17th Annual International Conference on Virginia Woolf
June 7-10, 2007
Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, U.S.A.
Theme: Art, Education, and Internationalism