Visual Art Group Weekend September 2010
Date: 10th September 10 - 13th September 10
Location: Old Hunstanton, Norfolk coast
Contact: David J Wood ARPS
Relevant Material: RPS_VISUAL_ART_GROUP_WEEKEND_MEETING_IN_NORFOLK___SEPTEMBER_2011.pdf- RPS Visual Art Group Weekend Meeting in Norfolk, September 2010, Application Form
Group: Visual Art
RPS VISUAL ART GROUP WEEKEND MEETING IN NORFOLK – FRIDAY 10th to MONDAY 13th SEPTEMBER 2010
AN APPLICATION FORM CAN BE DOWNLOADED FROM THE VISUAL ART GROUP WEBSITE DOWNLOADS SECTION AT :
This is the first Visual Art Group weekend I have arranged after having organised 43 such meetings for the former Colour Group. The chosen venue is Old Hunstanton on the Norfolk coast at the three star Best Western Le Strange Arms Hotel situated overlooking the sea and miles of sandy beaches.
Accommodation will be in en suite double, twin or single rooms on a half board basis of full English breakfast and three course dinner each evening. There are only five rooms initially allocated for single accommodation so if you can share a twin bedded room it will help greatly.
The weekend will follow my well tested format of individual visits and photography during the daytime followed each evening by lectures by invited speakers. There will also be time allocated for members to show a few of their own prints or DPIs for us all to see.
The area has much photographic potential from nearby coastal scenery and wildlife to attractive villages, wide landscapes and a number of stately homes to visit including the Sandringham Estate. The hotel will have brochures and leaflets available with suggestions of places of interest to which you might go.
The cost of the weekend is £199 per person in all room types. Bookings can be made by sending the application form below to me at the address shown together with a deposit of £50 per person. Early booking, particularly for the single rooms, is recommended.
Looking forward to hearing that you will be able to come to this event, which given some good early September weather, should be most enjoyable.
David J. Wood, ARPS, Programme Secretary.