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The Ealing Art Group was formed in 1910. The founding committee chose as their logo a satyr’s head, still to be found on a bench in Walpole park. this was later deemed to be gloomy and was redesigned twice, in the seventies and again in the nineties. Old programmes tell of picnics, dances and whist drives. Sadly the demands of modern life have curtailed these social activities, but we still have a varied programme of activities which should appeal to anybody interested in the visual arts.
Demonstrations and Lectures by professional artists are held monthly and provide a valuable opportunity to observe and ask questions about their technique. Entry to these is £1 for members, with a £3 charge to visitors. Appreciation evenings are a chance for members to bring work, either finished or in progress, for friendly discussion. Studio evenings take place monthly, on a Monday .Tuition is not given but a model or still life subject is provided for members to work on in a sympathetic atmosphere. All of these take place at Ealing Centre for Independent Living,
Several one day exhibitions are held during the year, and the centrepiece of the group’s activities is the Annual Exhibition, held in the Autumn. We are always trying to improve members’ opportunities to show off and sell their work and usually manage to fit several other shows into the programme.
Further details can also be obtained from Ealing Diary of Events.