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Members are encouraged to produce short articles for submission on any art or craft related topic; perhaps a review of a recent visit to an art gallery or museum, maybe a tip on craftwork or a recommended book or shop. Club History The early records of the Club are sketchy but a group of people interested in painting started getting together early in 1981.
The classes run from September until June, from till on Friday mornings.
There is a fee payable for each class, currently £4. Anyone wishing to join them should contact Alan Ross on 01383 823280 to check places are available.
The club is listed in the Scottish Charities Register, Charity Number SC047241. Our charity's registered name is: Dalgety Bay Art Club.
Our charitable objects are: To promote creative art and crafts, which will include (but need not be limited to) painting and craftwork, by means of meetings, tuition, demonstrations, workshops, exhibitions and outings, in Dalgety Bay and nearby communities.
Members can submit as many paintings or craftworks as they wish for a small entrance fee.
Thursday morning - Open session Thursday evening - Photography group.In addition to Open Sessions the Clubhouse is used for demonstrations, workshops and classes which are detailed below.Exhibitions The Club organises 2 major exhibitions each year in the Dalgety Parish Church Hall: the Spring/Summer Exhibition is in May and the Winter Exhibition is in November.Demonstrations normally take place on a Wednesday evening and Workshops on a Saturday.
We have teamed up with our friends at Dunfermline Art Club to share demonstrations and workshops so that members of both clubs can benefit from a wider range of events.Demonstrations and workshops can be very popular and places should be signed up early to avoid disappointment.