2024 Programme

Our programme for 2024 is being developed but here are some of the events planned. We are proposing to add some live workshops and some life sessions, so watch this space.

In addition to the scheduled events show below, BAS regular activities include the following:

Daytime Workshops
Occasional daytime workshops by professional artists at St Georges Church on Wednesdays (paid events)

Online “Art Matters” Mid-Month Meetings

“Art Matters” online zoom meetings with subjects and timings announced shortly after the previous meeting. An opportunity for members to display their response to previously agreed subject challenges and to generally discuss their art related activities.

Weekly Art Sessions held every Wednesday

We will of course as well be holding our weekly Art Sessions held every Wednesday, now at St Georges Church where there is plenty of space for all.

SCHEDDULED ACTIVITIES ——- Click on the underlined dates below to find out more.

12 January 2024 “Art Matters” evening online Zoom meeting – “My biggest Artistic achievement

02 February 2024 “Art Matters” evening online Zoom meeting

01 March 2024 “Art Matters” evening online Zoom meeting

05 April 2024 AGM meeting and Demonstration

at the Daylight Inn in Petts Wood followed by a live demonstration and talk by Zsuzsanna Pataki

24 April 10 am to 6 May 2024 Bluebell Festival and Craft Fair

3 May 2024 “First Friday” Demonstration by Rodney Kingston returning for a portrait from life..

24 May 2024 Art Matters Friday evening 7pm – 8pm Portrait Theme (continued)

07 June 2024 Talk & Demonstration Demonstration – Curtis Tappenden ” My Journey as an Artist”

01 July 2024 01 to 06 July St George’s Church Anniversary Exhibition.

12 July 2024 “First Friday” Demonstration by Anthony Neild – Watercolour landscape

06 September 2024 “First Friday” Demonstration by Graham Webber Cityscape in oils

04 October 2024 “First Friday” Demonstration by Julie King “Your colourful gardens”

0I November 2024 Your choice TBA

06 December 2024 BAS Christmas Event