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Sunday, 19 November 2017

Art tutor needed at Yarpole, Wednesday afternoons

Would you like to tutor a local art group? Orleton Art Group is seeking a tutor for their spring term, on Wednesday afternoons fortnightly. They will pay £50 per session, and the term is for 6 sessions. The group is of mixed ability and various media are used. A theme for the term would be chosen to match your own skills. If you are interested, please email John at with a phone number.

A new co-operative artists' gallery in Ludlow area?

A group of Shropshire based artists seek submissions from other local artists and crafts people who would be interested in joining them in running a co-op gallery in the Ludlow area. Applicants should be working to a high level in their chosen field with good experience of running exhibition spaces and selling work. Artists should also be able to commit financially to the shared running costs and rates of renting a large commercial unit in a sought after area and should also be prepared to commit their time to help make the gallery run successfully. We are particularly interested in receiving submissions from artists working in 3d materials, sculpture, ceramics, metal, wood although all art forms would be considered. We are not looking for photographers at this time.

Submissions of interest along with examples of work should be sent to Shelly Perkins,

Charles MacCarthy Exhibition

President of Ludlow Art Society, Charles MacCarthy, invites you his forthcoming exhibition at The Table Gallery in Hay on Wye. The private view is 6pm - 9pm on Friday 24th November. He will also be showing some paintings at The Haymakers Gallery as part of their Christmas show which will also have a private view from 6pm - 9pm. Charles says "As it is the first day of the Hay Festival Winter Weekend  I imagine the town will be crowded, but I do hope you will be able to come while the exhibition is on. Best wishes, Charles."

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