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|19 Jan 2019||Photos from Critique evening on 11 Jan 2019|
|22 Nov 2018|| Autumn Newsletter
Programme change: no meeting 14 December.
|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|
|7 Feb 2018||Amended programme for 2018 - 2019 (Good Friday and Annelise)|
|26 Jan 2018||Corrected write-up of Critique evening in Programme>History|
|13 Dec 2017||See notes on Xmas party in Programme>History|
|11 Dec 2017||Soraya French demo re-scheduled to 15 June 2018|
|6 Nov 2017|| Fatima Pantoja
demo in Programme>History
Autumn Newsletter in Programme>History
|5 Oct 2017||Write-up for Graham Scandrett's "Boats" Workshops|
|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).
(c) It gives links to galleries, artistic events, artists, demonstrators etc. TELL ME IF YOU KNOW OF ANYTHING I SHOULD ADD.
(d) It offers a free opportunity for members to publicise their work. MORE PHOTOS OF PAINTINGS AND SCULPTURES ARE APPRECIATED - the site tells you how easy it is to submit work. Why have I no photos of sculptures or pottery yet?
(e) The Contacts page ("Members' Messages") offers an easy way to let the Society know if you can think of ways its services may be improved. For example, should we have nude models (?) encourage more unusual media (?) have more (or less) demos (?) external visits (?) meetings in different locations (?) meetings with other clubs (?) etc. etc.
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