MKSA is starting the year with a bang!
The Society’s new chair, Keith Carrington, has arranged a social evening to showcase the activities of Milton Keynes’ oldest art club. The event will be attended by the Mayor of Milton Keynes, who is honorary president of MKSA.
MKSA was formed in 1981 and over the years has raised thousands of pounds for good causes. Paintings are on show at Camphill Cafe (Japonica Lane, Willen) where sales raise funds for the Camphill charity.
The annual art exhibition at Woburn raises money for St Mary’s Church and paintings sold at the Sherwood Gallery & Cafe (Challenge House, Sherwood Drive, Bletchley) generate funds for Hearing Dogs for the Deaf.
Exhibitions at Stony Stratford, coinciding with the Open Gardens festival, raise money for Willen Hospice.
MKSA has around 100 members, a mix of all artists from complete beginners to experienced professionals. What they all have in common is a love of art. The Society reached the final round of the national Art Club of the Year competition in 2016 and 2017, displaying and selling work at the prestigious Patchings Art Festival.
The social evening is being held at The Oak Tree Centre in Shenley Brook End on Thursday (January 25) between 7.30pm and 9.30pm.
Entry is free, and all attendees will get free refreshments and a free raffle ticket!
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