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2018

Members are warmly invited to send in their photographs to be added to the gallery, with or without a description as desired.


The easiest way to send us your photos is by email. Please send them to: website@theartssocietyhaslemere.org
Pictures for the website do not have to be as high a resolution as print quality images, so please resize your images to around 640x480pixels and limit the number of pictures attached to an email message to five.
We shall enjoy receiving them and sharing them with everyone else!

Wednesday 18th April: Launch of the second Church Trail at St Bartholomew's Church.
▼ Click on the picture below to find out more and see some pictures of the event.
Launch of second church trail



Tuesday 27th MARCH: CRAFT WORKSHOP
A Creative Wellbeing Workshop, organised by Haslemere Museum's Education Officer Kay Topping and professional local artist Diana Burch, took place at the Haslemere Museum.
The event was sponsored by The Arts Society Haslemere as part of our 'Arts in the Community' activities.
▼ Click on the picture below for more information and to see some photographs.
Craft Workshop March 2018



Monday 19th MARCH: STUDY DAY
Three lectures by ROSALIND WHYTE
COROT TO MONET: Developments in French Landscape Painting

The first Study Day of the year had to be postponed on 1st March owing to bad weather and was then threatened by a further fall of snow on the 19th. However, the lecturer and members braved the cold and enjoyed an interesting series of lectures and lunch.  Below Alison Marston thanks Sue Emden for organising the study day against all the odds.
Study Day at the museum



THURSDAY 15th FEBRUARY: OUTING TO SOUTHWARK CATHEDRAL
Guided tour of the Cathedral and a Bankside walk with a Cathedral guide.

Photos by Anna Hawtree of Southwark Cathedral.

Outing to Southwark Cathedral

Photos by Rosemary Brodie of Bankside walk, including the oldest pub in London, Borough Market with the Shard behind and the FT building.

Outing to Southwark Cathedral