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SOSAC Visual Arts Exhibition 
Friday 20th April 2018

We invite all amateur artists to take part in our 2018 Visual Arts Exhibition to be held in the Beecroft Art Gallery, Victoria Avenue.   Pastel, watercolours, oil, collage, ceramics are all welcome.   Curators: Gina Warner and Sharon Stone.

Open from Friday 20th April - Friday 18th May

More information is available by emailing secretary@sosac.co.uk
including the application form available from end of January 2018.

Come and be a part of a celebration of Amateur visual arts in the town.  Preview evening is on Friday 20th April and we will have a guest artists plus the mayor of Southend on Sea attending.

All work will be for sale on the preview night and throughout the exhibition 
Available on the following dates

Friday 20th of April 2018, at 7:30pm BST
 
Posted on Friday 30th November 2018
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Posted on Wednesday 23rd May 2018
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