Coming up

Coming Up:
Mon. 18th March: Social Evening at The Blue Boar from 8pm
Thu. 4th April: Susan McLeod: Observing Wildlife - Using Media to Depict Nature
Fri. 26th April: Spring Exhibition Set-up and Preview Evening

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Our Talks and Plein-air Programmes

The monthly LAS talks are held at the Ludlow Assembly Rooms (1 Mill St, Ludlow SY8 1AZ).
Best get there a couple of minutes early. They start at 7:30pm, and usually last an hour to an hour and a half.  
Open to non-members, and you can join LAS on the night if you wish.  £6 for non-members, and £3 for members (to cover venue hire and speaker expenses).  Tea and coffee is available if there is a break.
The talks are by practising and professional artists, sharing techniques and experience, often with demonstrations, in a friendly and informal setting.  Skills, collections, and inspirations.

There are other LAS events during the year, such as exhibitions, plein-air painting and sketching groups, and LAS is in the Ludlow Art Trail during the annual Fringe Festival.

Talks Programme for 2019
7Feb
  Peter Bishop - Aspects of Drawing the Line.  An historical and modern perspective of drawing from our experienced LAS President
7Mar  Pete Davis - A lifetime in Photography. Multi-prize winning international photographer
4Apr   Susan McLeod - Observing Wildlife: using media to depict nature
2May  Susan Griffin - Figurative Ceramic Sculpture.  With demonstration of her unusual technique
6Jun  Graham Short - The Life of a Micro-Artist.  Stunning micro-scale detailed engraving
4Jul   Peter Edwards - Portraits, from the Liverpool Poets to footballers
August: no talk is scheduled at present during the summer vacation period.
5Sep  Robin Holder - The River Severn: source to sea, on paper and canvas
3Oct   Ellie Tarratt - Historical Paint Techniques - a demonstration of how ancient art materials and tools were used
7Nov  Claudia Petley - Depicting Nature in metal Sculpture
December: no talk is scheduled during the festive frolics

For further information, or to check about events, please call 01584 873182.

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7Feb19  Peter Bishop - Aspects of Drawing the Line.  An historical and modern perspective of drawing from our experienced LAS President

7Mar19  Pete Davis - A lifetime in Photography. Multi-prize winning international photographer

4Apr19   Susan McLeod - Observing Wildlife: using media to depict nature

2May19  Susan Griffin - Figurative Ceramic Sculpture.  With demonstration of her unusual technique

6Jun19  Graham Short - The Life of a Micro-Artist.  Stunning micro-scale detailed engraving

4Jul19   Peter Edwards - Portraits, from the Liverpool Poets to footballers

5Sep19  Robin Holder - The River Severn: source to sea, on paper and canvas

3Oct19   Ellie Tarratt - Historical Paint Techniques - a demonstration of how ancient art materials and tools were used

7Nov19  Claudia Petley - Depicting Nature in metal Sculpture

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3 comments:

  1. This is not user friendly access to your programme

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    1. Thanks. I'm working on it. It will be fixed soon. Advice welcome on ways to do it best (the Blogger platform is kind of restrictive about how to post things). btw, the talks are excellent, and it's a great way to see what LAS is about. best, Matt (I do the Spotlight features in this blog)

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    2. I have now edited this page to make the information accessible. I hope it works better for you and other viewers. Thanks again for the feedback, much appreciated, and we hope to see you and meet you at a LAS event.
      best,
      Matt

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