Future Company Events


Schedule of Events 2017.


Monday 14th August

A Walk- Discovering Bloomsbury & Fitzrovia.

Conducted by Liveryman and Blue badge Tourist Guide Molly Rumblelow.

From Russell Square Tube Station 6.00pm start.

Details and Application Form

Wednesday 20th & Thursday 21st September.

A visit to the studios of Art Analysis.

This is a limited numbers visit, therefore 2 evenings

Art Analysis & Research (AA&R) offers unparalleled technical investigations of paintings through their fully equipped and state-of-the-art laboratory.

Their expertise in the material structure of paintings is employed to complement art historical judgments, or to produce stand-alone investigations.

AA&R applies both technical art history and science-based analytical approaches.

Details to follow.


Thursday 12th October.

11th Mithras lecture.

Skinners Hall.

Details to Follow


Monday 30th October.

Livery Dinner

Wax Chandlers Hall

Details to Follow


November. Date to be finalised.

Visit to Mithras Temple reconstruction and Billingsgate bathhouse


Wednesday 22nd November.

Admissions Ceremony for Freemen and Liverymen.

Museum St John

Details to Follow


Sunday 3rd December

Advent Service

St Peter ad Vincula

Details to Follow.

Schedule of Events 2018


Monday 22nd January.

13th Annual Dinner

Carpenters Hall

Details to Follow

Thusday 8th February.

An Anthology of Skills

House of Lords TBC


Monday 12th March.

Pocket Lunch

Ironmongers Hall

Details to Follow

Friday 16th March

United Guilds Service and Lunch

St Pauls Cathederal

Details to Follow

Thursday 19th April

The Eva Weininger Spring lecture

Venue TBC

Details to Follow

Wednesday-Friday 25th-27th April

Overseas Visit.

Ghent-Brugges. Belgium.

Details and Application Form


Monday-Saturday 10th-15th September.

Overseas visit


Details to follow







The Company has taken as its emblem this marble head of Mithras of about 180-220 AD. It was discovered during the excavation of the late Roman temple of Mithras just off Queen Victoria Street after the Second World War and is now in the Museum of London.

Mithras was a complex cult figure embodying light, truth and regeneration.

To the Company of Art Scholars this emblem represents the history which lies everywhere beneath the surface of the City of London.