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|22 July 2019||2019 Exhibition page amended|
|2 July 2019||Write-up of William de Wilde's demo in Programme>History|
|24 June 2019||Photo's and note from Painting Day|
|6 June 2019||Surrey Heath Show write-up and Exhibition update|
|14 May 2019||FCSA T shirts - Message
from Peter Tuitt.
FCSA T-shirts, printed with our logo, are available at £13.00 each instead of the standard £15. One or two can be printed while you wait, any more will be next day. Choose your own colour and size (small to XXXL).
The address is Top Draw T Shirt, 3 Park Street, Camberley,GU15 3PQ.
Peter goes on "Why not invest the £2.00p you have just saved in our raffle, your chance to win the amazing painting by our president Graham Scandrett all proceeds will go to The Brush with Art Group, at Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice, Farnham".
|12 May 2019||Write-up of Cedric Day's talk/workshop on Surrealism , 10 May 2019|
|5 May 2019||Note about Camfest 28 30 June on 2019 Exhibition page|
|15 April 2019||Write-up of Jenny Colquhoun's "Freddie" workshop, 12 April 2019 in Programme>History|
|29 March 2019||Spring Newsletter in Programme>History|
|26 March 2019||Write-up on Melanie Cambridge's demo in Programme>History|
|26 Feb 2019||Link to Woking Art Society website in Outside Contacts|
|25 Feb 2019||How to sell your paintings in Contact FCSA>Messages|
|2 Feb 2019||2019/2020 programme added|
|19 Jan 2019||Photos from Critique evening on 11 Jan 2019|
|16 Nov 2018||Write-up on Melanie Cambridge's demo in Programme>History|
|1 Nov2018||Liz Seward Relfe "Still Life Workshop" paintings in Programme>History|
|19 Oct 2018||Maggie Cross "Chinese Brush painting" in Programme>History|
|1 Oct 2018||Write-up on Graham Scandrett's 2-week September workshop in Programme>History|
|23 Sept 2018||More details on Liz Relfe's 20 October "Inks plus . . . " workshop|
|29 July 2018||Exhibition prizewinners and other photos in Exhibition, 2018|
|5 Jan 2009||If you see errors in the FCSA website please tell me.|
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(a) It often contains information that appears too late for the newsletter and so which would be missed by anyone who did not look regularly at the notice board.
(b) The records of past meetings (Programme>History) offer fascinating reading, tips etc. If you have any decent photos from meetings, please lend them to me (or e-mail up to about half a dozen to - see Submitting pictures for the gallery, although smaller pictures are also OK for meetings' reports).
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