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What’s On

Forthcoming SWAS events are listed below. Tuesday night meetings are held at the Heath Citizens Community Centre, Off King George V Drive, Cardiff, from 7-9 pm. Our meetings and workshops are generally open to members only and full information about joining SWAS can be found on the Membership page. You are welcome to come along to a meeting and join there - please see one of our Committee members at the desk at the entrance to the hall. However, our fortnightly Monday evening painting workshop is open to non-members. For the critiques, all members are invited to bring along one piece of work for critique.


For the location of workshops, check the details in the SWAS Workshops or Outings page. If you cannot find the information you require, you can email us via the Contacts webpage.

Our Programme for 2016-17

These are all Tuesday evenings from 7pm until 9 pm (except *):


11 Oct 2016 Anthony Slinn - Presentation on Van Gogh


25 Oct 2016
Barry Herniman demo - Light On Landscape


8 Nov 2016  
Sue McDonagh demo - Oils 'Children In The Sea'


22 Nov 2016
Philip Watkins critique


6 Dec 2016 Christmas Social


3 January 2017 Gideon Hall critique


17 January 2017 Jem Bowden watercolour demonstration


31 January 2017   Tim Wilmot watercolour demonstration


14 February 2017 Derrick Turner Competition 1 - ‘City Garden’


28 February 2017 Derrick Turner Competition 2 - ‘Contrasts’


14 March 2017 Annual General Meeting


28 March 2017  Graham Cox pastel demonstration


11 April 2017    Adrian Metcalfe critique


25 April 2017   Sandy Lipman portrait demonstration


9 May 2017    Pauline Williams critique


23 May 2017   Trevor Waugh watercolour demonstration


24 May 2017   Trevor Waugh workshop ‘Capturing The Light’ * (Wednesday, 10 am - 4pm, St Isan’s Church Hall, Llanishen)


6 June 2017    Sian M Williams critique


20 June 2017   Pauline Williams demonstration (a change to the advertised programme)


4 July 2017    Edward Jeavons critique


SUMMER BREAK

Programme 2017-18