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Art - Falmouth:

Meeting every Monday at the Athenaeum Club, Kimberley Park, Falmouth TR11 3QL between 1:30 - 3:30pm.

U3A FALMOUTH ART GROUP
The Falmouth Art Group goes from strength to strength.  At the last count there were twenty members, most of whom attend weekly, apart from the school holidays.  In fact, we could say we are full for the time being and will start a ‘waiting list’.
            It is a huge privilege to be allowed to meet in the house that was built as Charles Napier Hemy’s family home, which is now the Athenaeum Club in Falmouth.  The light is amazing.
            There are some extremely talented artists in the group and it is rewarding to notice how others improve and grow in confidence.  Last year we held an exhibition in the Methodist Church foyer and hope to do so again this year.
            Above all, we have fun!
Eleanor Holland

 

 

 

Art 1 - Truro:

PAINTING WITH FRIENDS

painting Are you looking for a Painting Group?
Then you are welcome to come and join us on
Thursday afternoons, from 1.30 to 4.30pm at Perranarworthal
Village Hall. We are a friendly group,
working on a 'help each other' basis and have discovered
how encouraging and creative this can
be. We respect one another's individuality so that
each of us feels free to develop our own style of
painting.
We paint in all media, all abilities are welcome and
tea and cakes are served halfway through the afternoon
to say nothing of a self-indulgent event
before the Christmas break! The room has good
light and there's plenty of parking just outside.
We start again after the Easter break on Thursday
3rd May. Newcomers are very welcome,
whether you are just a beginner or have been
painting for years… Just come and bring your
own painting materials.
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painting painting
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Art. Truro 1.  Perranwell Centre.
Anna Sivam, who has been Group leader for some considerable time was forced to give up her position due to ill health around Christmas time.
Carol Payne and Maureen Edwards kindly stepped up to keep the group going.
Carol has now agreed to be the official contact for the group.
Her telephone number is :  01209 712302.
Email address is : carolepayne@hotmail.co.uk

 

Art 2 - Truro:

Perran-ar-worthal Church Hall is our regular weekly venue for this group, led by Julia Farmer. Our weekly painting sessions on Tuesdays, meeting at 9:45 am at Perranarworthal Church Hall, finish on 29th April, whereafter, we meet monthly on the first Tuesday, from 6th May up to December. Julia Farmer (01872) 862224.

 

Art 3 - Perran-ar-worthal Church Hall:

Meetings are held on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month starting at 1.30 p.m. in Perranwell  Church hall; sessions last for two hours.
The group is very relaxed , friendly and run by Audrey Jackson. She is hoping to see all old friends again and new members will be very welcome.

In the first instance please contact Audrey on Tel.  01326340734.

 

Jock Turnham (01872) 225352

 

Art History:

 

The group meets on the first Thursday of the month at the Conservative Club in Truro. The meeting starts upstairs at 10.45am, but tea, coffee and biscuits are available (for a small charge) in the downstairs bar from 10.00

Due to the inclement weather our March meeting was cancelled, so the scheduled talk on David Hockney will be held at a later date.

On Thursday April 5th Malcolm Clark will be speaking on the subject of Mary Cassatt, an American in Paris, who exhibited with the Impressionists.

Mary Cassatt painting

 

At our following meeting on Thursday May 3rd we are intending to watch one of our DVDs on Goya’s appropriately titled “Third of May”.

For information about the group contact Doris Jeary 01326 312310 dejay@btinternet.com or Lesley Cope 01326 312023 lesleypcope@aol.com

 

HELP
The group has an extensive catalogue of resources created by the late Bob Jeary, which continue to provide us with excellent material for talks. Mostly these are on DVDs, often with accompanying written texts. But we also have a number of VHS tapes with enigmatic titles like 'Skelton at 70'. VHS tapes have all but died out, but some wise soul may have bought the bits of equipment in anticipation to covert their own collection. We would very much like to convert these VHS tapes to digital format so that we might use them in the future. If you are out there, wise soul, would you be prepared to convert our tapes?

 

 


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Richard Allen Groups coordinator