The 'Worcester Society of Artists' was formed
'to encourage the appreciation, understanding and practice of the visual
arts for all within the local area' and, as such, is open to
anyone wishing to join.
The Society was founded in 1947, moving to the Swan Theatre in 1965 for
regular meetings and exhibitions. We now meet at the Bromwich Road Mission,
St John's, Worcester and we can be found there most Monday evenings, at
Our weekly meetings include demonstrations and talks by professional artists,
visiting lecturers and our own members. There are also many Workshop Evenings
where the various artistic themes are explored in practice.
Our aim is to inspire our members, whatever their ability, to make use
of and improve their skills and, although we do not give organised lessons,
beginners will find the more experienced members always willing to help.
The Society has a prestigious Annual Exhibition at Worcester City Art
Gallery, and also provides various other opportunities for displaying
and selling works of art.
We are a member of Worcester
The photograph above shows the Mission Hall where the Society
Meetings are held. If you are interested, come to one of our meetings
and see what we do. See our Diary for details of events.
There is a car park through the metal gates on the left, and the meetings
are held behind the archway door on the far right.
The Mission Hall, Bromwich Road, Worcester WR2 4AS
an Application Form Here
Or for Further Information and an application form contact:
The Membership Secretary - Anne Brackenridge
40 Grosmont Avenue, Worcester, WR4 0RD
Tel: 01905 451143
Web Page: Steve Riley - 01905 426746
here for a Map
Cynthia Trevis-Walton - The third of our 'One Man Shows' in the Guildhall