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Mail us on: [email protected] AAS is a Registered Charity No:235231
In 1946 four small groups, a theatre group , a music group , a disscussion group and a film society housed at what was previously Avoncroft College amalgamated to form Avoncroft Arts Society.
It is some years since the Society was called “The Dirty Hands Brigade” of the local Cultural, Arts and Crafts organisations. Members accept the designation with pride because it emphasises the ethos of Avoncroft: members come together to do their chosen activities.
Avoncroft Arts Society's principle objective is to practice hobbies and leisure pursuits and educate through Art. The Society, stages classes or groups in Painting and Drawing, Pottery, Art Textiles, Sugarcraft and Folk Dancing.
A non profit making organisation the society is administered by an Executive Committee of Trustees, made up of members.
Avoncroft Arts Society do not run art courses or certification our art classes are established classes that are designed to take all levels of abilities from beginner to the more experienced. When places become available people on our waiting list are given priority
All our Tutors are professional artists in their own right and qualified to tutor all abillities in a wide range of subjects and mediums.
Richard Crabtree - Art all Mediums, Classes, Demonstrations and Workshops
Terry Clarke - Art all mediums
Pam McGregor - Art all mediums
Lou Blakeway - Art all mediums
Judith Selcuk - Art all mediums
Charlenene Ellitts - Art all mediums
Jane McMillian - Ceramics, History of Art.
Janet Millward - Ceramics
See class list for teachers days/times etc..
AAS will educate, encourage,inform and inspire members to engage in art related activities.