|Wokingham Art Society
(originally Wokingham & District Arts Group)
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|The Wokingham Art Society is a lively,
diverse and active group of artists from the area around Wokingham, Berkshire,
in the UK, who meet regularly to share with others their enthusiasm for
See the Profile on us, as published in the Summer 2015 edition of Leisure Painter
Anyone interested in amateur art should enjoy our Archives, Exhibitions and Gallery pages
Professional artists are engaged to give demonstrations at Monthly Meetings. These are held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at the Rose Street Methodist Church, Wokingham, from 7.30pm to 9.30pm with a break for tea/coffee and biscuits. These meetings give members a chance to see new techniques and their application and encourage them to lose their inhibitions and improve their skills.
Members meet most Monday afternoons at the Cornerstone Centre, All Saints Church, Wokingham to paint.
The two week Summer Exhibition is still the main event in the calendar, the venue now being the St Pauls Church Parish Rooms, Reading Road, Wokingham, Berkshire.
The society also plays a lively role in the community, arranging painting and museum outings and participating in such events as the Wokingham Arts Festival.
Paul Banning, RI, RSMA
There are two categories of membership.
Associate members do not exhibit at the summer exhibition.
Full members may exhibit.
Decorating a tree for the
Festival of Christmas Trees
at the Rose Street Methodist Church
in December 2007
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