Irby Artists Association…

 

Press Release

IRBY ARTISTS ASSOCIATION – AUTUMN ARTS & CRAFT EXHIBITION

 

The Irby Artists Association [IAA] is holding its popular Autumn Exhibition of paintings and craft work on Saturday, 17th November 2012.  The event is held at the Association’s regular venue of St Chad’s Church Hall, Roslin Road, Irby, Wirral, CH61 3UH, and will run from 10.00 am to 5.00 pm.

It has become a tradition of the association that the proceeds arising from the autumn exhibition are donated to local charities.  This year, all proceeds will be donated to the Mayor of Wirral’s Charity Fund which will support charities such as the Birkenhead YMCA, Wirral & West Cheshire Prostrate Cancer appeal, and the Wirral Guides & Scouts, amongst others.

The Irby AA exhibitions regularly feature over 250 paintings and craft items with exhibits up for sale from as little as £15.  An ideal time to buy that unique Christmas present!

The exhibition has free admission, and lunches or light refreshments are available throughout the day at very reasonable prices.

Irby Artists welcome new members from anywhere on the Wirral, and membership applications can be made on the day.

The Association’s activities include social events, and  monthly art demonstrations by well known artists, plus a weekly art group which meets every Monday afternoon, either indoors during the winter, or outdoors during summer months.

 

CONTACT POINTS:

Alan McMahon (Exhibition Co-ordinator)

Telephone:       0151 670 1680

Email:              alanmacann@btinternet.com

 

Ron Burke (Chairman)

Telephone: 0151 625 7098

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