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Plymouth Arts Club currently meets on Tuesday evenings during term time at the Swarthmore Centre (see programme)

The club holds two exhibitions a year and welcomes new members who have acquired the basic skills and wish to develop them further. If you would like to join us please email your details to the secretary at mbattley@talktalk.net and we will get back to you.

Painting in any media is encouraged as well as other media including photography. To find out more about the club, please see the club information

The Plymouth Arts Club is the oldest arts club in Plymouth. The club had its first meeting in 1865. Read more about the history of the club.


Summer Club Programme 2016

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Just a quick reminder that Tuesday 26th April we will play about 10 minutes of Shirley Trevenna's video and then paint from a small range of items on the still life table.  Please feel free to bring items to add to the table.  The Art Exhibition is now due to be held in June, dates as soon as they are available, so you have a little breathing space to assemble your work.
25/04/16

Hope everyone had a good Easter despite the changeable weather. We resume our sessions on Tuesday the 12th April with Portraiture, Evelyn will be providing the model.
Don't forget we are hoping to have an exhibition in May, (date soon as we have it). Please get painting so we have a wide range of subjects and mediums to display our various talents.
10/04/16


The new Summer programme starts on Tuesday 12th April and can be seen here.
29/03/16

A Happy Healthy New Year to you all. Just a gentle reminder that our Spring Term starts on Tues 12th January and a model ( Amanda) will be provided for close-up and full length portraiture. Looking forward to seeing you all there.
11/01/16

The new Spring programme is now available hereMerry Christmas, see you in the new year!
11/12/15


Just a reminder about Tuesday 24th November at the Swarthmore, when we have Louise Courtnell providing a demo/workshop 'Understanding Tone & Colour'.  Louise was taught by the late Robert Lenkievicz and is a very proficient artist and teacher so we have an opportunity to learn a great deal.  Please aim to get to the Swarthmore by 18:45 so that Louise is not delayed in starting, and bring acrylic paints and a board that has been prepared with black paint as a ground.
19/11/15










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