Hillsdale Churchill Conference with Nigel Farage

Hillsdale Churchill Conference with Nigel Farage

Hillsdale Churchill Conference with Nigel Farage

Balmy tem­per­a­tures and a record turnout of 700 marked our event fea­tur­ing Nigel Farage  as keynote speak­er at Hills­dale Col­lege‘s Churchill Con­fer­ence and Din­ner, held in con­junc­tion with the “The Art of Win­ston Churchill: An Exhi­bi­tion at Hills­dale Col­lege.” Like most Hills­dale edu­ca­tion­al events, there were no reg­is­tra­tion fees or meal charges, all of which are pre-fund­ed. The paint­ings, orga­nized by the Nation­al Churchill Muse­um, Ful­ton, were on dis­play from Jan­u­ary through March.)

Videos of all pre­sen­ta­tions are post­ed. Click here.

NigelNigel Farage built the UK Inde­pen­dence Par­ty from a fringe group to the point where it dom­i­nat­ed UK elec­tions for the Euro­pean Par­lia­ment and was a key force in Britain’s June 2016 vote to leave the Euro­pean Union.

To say Mr. Farage is con­tro­ver­sial would be an under­state­ment, and there is no deny­ing his col­or­ful per­son­al­i­ty, pow­er­ful advo­ca­cy and skill in debate. Shar­ing our admi­ra­tion of Sir Win­ston Churchill makes Nigel of par­tic­u­lar inter­est to us at the Hills­dale Col­lege Churchill Project, which is soon com­plet­ing the Churchill offi­cial biog­ra­phy.

Hills­dale has spon­sored three pre­vi­ous Churchill events and is plan­ning more at var­i­ous venues, includ­ing the Allen P. Kir­by Cen­ter for Con­sti­tu­tion­al Stud­ies and Cit­i­zen­ship in Wash­ing­ton, D.C. In 2018, Hills­dale will cel­e­brate com­plet­ing Win­ston S. Churchillat 31 vol­umes the longest biog­ra­phy in history—on the 50th anniver­sary of the death of Ran­dolph Churchill, its orig­i­nal author.

Seminar Schedule of Events

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“Firth of Forth” (Nation­al Churchill Muse­um at West­min­ster Col­lege, Ful­ton, Mis­souri © Churchill Her­itage, Ltd.)

7:30 a.m.  Reg­is­tra­tion opens (Sear­le Cen­ter lob­by)

7:30-9:00 a.m.  Con­ti­nen­tal break­fast

9:30 a.m.: “Churchill’s My Ear­ly Life” with Paul A. Rahe, Pro­fes­sor of His­to­ry, Hills­dale Col­lege

10:30 a.m.: “Win­ston Churchill, Myth and Real­i­ty,” with Richard M. Lang­worth CBE, Senior Fel­low, Hills­dale Col­lege Churchill Project

12:00 p.m.: Lun­cheon,  “Churchill’s Under­stand­ing of Europe,” with Lar­ry P. Arnn, Pres­i­dent, Hills­dale Col­lege (Sear­le Cen­ter din­ing room)

2:00 p.m.” “The West­min­ster Exhi­bi­tion,” with Jonathan and Dun­can Sandys, great-grand­sons of Sir Win­ston Churchill

3:00 p.m.: Tour of the West­min­ster Exhi­bi­tion

5:30 p.m.: Recep­tion (Sear­le Cen­ter din­ing room)

6:45 p.m.: Din­ner (Sear­le Cen­ter din­ing room)

8:00 p.m.: Remarks by Pres­i­dent Lar­ry P. Arnn; “The Sig­nif­i­cance of Brex­it and Trump” with Nigel Farage, MEP

9:15 p.m.: Hos­pi­tal­i­ty (Sear­le Cen­ter din­ing room)

Paintings Exhibition

Firth of Forth, ca. 1925, oil on can­vas, 25 x 30 in.

Boats at Cannes Har­bor, 1937, oil on can­vas, 24 x 30 in.

Palaz­zo Vec­chio in Flo­rence, 1951, oil on can­vas 24 x 20 in.

Lake Near Brec­cles, 1930s, oil on can­vas 21.5 x 29 in.

On the Var, ca. 1935, oil on can­vas 20 x 25 in.

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“Dis­tant View of Èze” (Col­lec­tion of the fam­i­ly of the late Julian Sandys © Churchill Her­itage, Ltd.)

Dis­tant View of Èze, 1930s, oil on can­vas 20 x 30 in.

The Mill at St-Georges-Motel, ca. 1932, oil on board 24 x 32 in.

Coast Scene Near Mar­seilles, 1930s, oil on can­vas 25 x 30 in.

Mar­rakech, Moroc­co, 1947, oil on can­vas 22 x 27 in.

Avenue at Frin­ton-on-Sea, Essex, with Diana Churchill, ca. 1922, oil on can­vas 20 x 24 in.

Win­ston Churchill at His Easel Paint­ing the Mill at Dreux, by Paul Maze, 1932, oil on can­vas 18 x 12.5 in.

Artifacts

Pro­vid­ed by  the Nation­al Churchill Muse­um, West­min­ster Col­lege, Ful­ton, Mis­souri:

Dis­patch Box of The Hon. Win­ston S. Churchill M.P., Chan­cel­lor of the Duchy of Lan­cast­er, 1915

Top Hat with Sig­na­tures of Win­ston Churchill, Franklin Roo­sevelt and Joseph Stal­in

Churchill Cig­ars, 1956

 

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