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Gadebridge Watercolours We have 22 members meeting on a Tuesday morning for half a day.
We engage visiting artists to expand our groups knowledge and make visits to art galleries on a regular basis.
Southend on Sea Art Club The Southend Art Club was established in 1929 as The Southend Art Circle with the aim To promote the appreciation and practice of art in the area. It reformed after WW2 as The Southend Sketch Club and assumed its current name in 1969.
Today membership exceeds 250 and every year exhibitions of work are held in the town. Several members also successfully exhibit at national level and are prominent in Art World circles.
We hold workshops and demonstrations by professional artists on Saturdays at roughly fortnightly intervals throughout the year. Outings to places of interest are also arranged from time to time.
We are always happy to welcome new members and you can find more information on our website at www.southendartclub.org.uk
Guiseley Art Club Since its formation in 2000, Guiseley Art Club has enjoyed an ever growing membership with a happy and friendly atmosphere. New members are always welcome whether beginner or more advanced. There is a varied and interesting programme of practical work, demonstrations and workshops led by members and invited artists. We hold two exhibitions a year.
Rochdale Artists Rochdale Artists is a friendly group of mostly non-professional artists who meet every Tuesday evening - 7pm to 9pm at Castleton Community Centre, next to the swimming baths. Car park at the rear. All abilities welcome. Cost: £2 per evening. £10 annual membership.
Runnymede Art Society Runnymede Art Society
We are a local Art Society based at the Egham Hythe Community Centre Thorpe Road Egham where we meet every Wednesday afternoon between 1.30pm - 4.30pm, for painting using any medium. Meetings include demonstrations and tutor groups, on an occasional basis, with a programme of outdoor painting during the summer months.
We hold two major exhibitions a year usually held in the Literary Institute in Egham High Street.
Some of our members will accept commissions.
A newsletter is produced in order to keep members updated with information regarding events, news, comment and "committee talk".
Membership: New members will be made very welcome and the first two weeks are free as a 'taster'. If you are interested in the many forms of painting or sketching you will find us a very friendly and helpful society.
Visit us or make contact by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone to the Vice Chairman : 01784 454692.
Brighouse Art Circle BRIGHOUSE ART CIRCLE is a friendly and active society which would love new members at any time of the year, of any age or abiltiy. The varied programme includes workshops, life models, costume models, demonstrations and exhibitions. In the summer months there are also afternoon outside painting sessions. If you enjoy painting at home, not painted for years, or never painted, why not come along for a cup of tea and chat, you will be made most welcome. First taster session is free with materials supplied. For more details about this progressive group either just turn up at the back door of Waring Green Community Centre, Garden Road, Brighouse, HD6 2AX any Thursday evening at 7.30pm, phone Geoff Habergham 01484 712947, email email@example.com or visit the website www.brighouseartcircle.co.uk. Don't delay, join BRIGHOUSE ART CIRCLE today.
Baruc Art Group The Group meet on Friday mornings from 9 am to midday at All Saints Church Hall, Park Road, Barry. We hold Demonstrations and Workshops by visiting Artists a couple of times a year and hold an annual Exhibition and Sale of work. New members of any ability are most welcome to join us in a very social morning.
Barbara Newman Painting Group The Barbara Newman Painting Group was started by founder member and tutor Barbara Newman who sadly passed away a few years ago. The group carried on meeting and one day I (Murray Ince) went along to do a demonstration, around three years ago and have been going along ever since. I usually start the sessions with a short, medium, or full length demonstration and members then continue with their own projects. We go out on sketching and painting trips and I set the occasional tutors challenge, we also work on an annual project to raise money for the local Hospice. The group exhibits three or four times a year subject to gallery availabilty There is no annual membership fee but a weekly fee of £4.50 is charged, members do not have to attend every week and only pay when attending. We are a very friendly, sociable group and would love to welcome new members!
Vale Of Pickering Art Club We are a friendly club open to all who live in or have a link with the Vale Of Pickering, North Yorkshire.
We meet once a month in The Memorial Hall, Pickering, to enjoy demonstrations of many types of art by professional artists from the area. Our meetings are from 7 - 9pm, and include a refreshment break.
Membership is just £15 a year, which allows free entry to all the demonstrations and eligibility for our Annual Exhibition in September. The club also organises a summer programme of outdoor painting days, evening drawing sessions and occasional trips to museums and galleries.
Arlington Arts Group We meet most Thursdays at Arlington Village Hall from 7-9pm. £5 per session (£2.50 AAG members). Untutored, informal, occasional demonstrators. Open to all ages and abilities. £10 annual membership