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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
12 April 2019 Sky Arts Landscape Artist. Forwarded by John Stacey. See Flyer
From : helen.scholes@storyvault.tv Date : 10/04/2019 - 16:23 (BST) To : helen.scholes@storyvault.tv Subject : SKY ARTS LANDSCAPE ARTIST OF THE YEAR 2019 - CALL FOR ENTRIES Hello; I am part of the production team of Sky Arts' Landscape Artist of the Year 2019 competition. We are currently looking for artists to take part in the new series. I am hoping this will be of interest to your members. Every year we try and reach out to as many artists and art students as possible to encourage people to apply. I'm getting in touch as we would be extremely grateful if you could let people know about the competition (and encourage them to enter) via your mailing lists/social media etc. Artists enter with a landscape artwork they have created within the last five years, via our website: https://www.skyartsartistoftheyear.tv/landscape If selected to take part in the competition they will then be given the opportunity to paint a specially chosen, stunning landscape within the UK. The prize on offer is a £10,000 commission for a major British institution plus £500 worth of art materials from Cass Art. The deadline for applying to the competition is 11th May 2019. In case you are unfamiliar with the programme, here is an episode of from last year's competition: https://vimeo.com/295338227 Password is st0ryvault Our sister series Portrait Artist of the Year is currently airing on Tuesday evenings on Sky Arts. I have attached a PDF flyer with the details. I would really appreciate it if you could circulate, along with the links above. Please forgive me if you have received this information regarding previous years' competitions, and I hope this will be of interest this year! Best wishes Helen Scholes Producer | Landscape Artist of the Year Storyvault Films Limited Bridge Studios | 107a Hammersmith Bridge Road | London |W6 9DA Tel: 020 8741 3929 Mob: 07774013617 www.storyvault.tv
29 March 2019 Spring Newsletter in Programme>History
26 March 2019 Write-up on Melanie Cambridge's demo in Programme>History
15 March 2019 2019 Exhibition page added (Incl. "Our Environment" optional theme competition
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
20 June 2018 Write-up on Soraya French's demo in Programme>History
27 May 2018 Paul Lewis "Bird in watercolour and pastel", 25 May 2018 in Programme>History
25 May 2018 Link to www.visitsoutheastengland.com in External Contacts (who will advertise our exhibition)
14 May 2018 Photo's from last year's painting day at Annalisa Brett's. Don't miss this year's!
1 May 2018 Write-up on Liz Baldin's demo in Programme>History
3 April 2018 Kim Page w/c demo (incl. finished work) in Programme>History
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