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October 17, 2020

Darlington Society of Arts

The Station, Station Yard
Richmond, North Yorkshire DL10 4LD United Kingdom

Darlington Society of Arts was established in 1922, with the object of stimulating interest in both the creation and appreciation of Art and Craftwork in Darlington and the surrounding area.

Although this exhibition consists mainly of paintings in various mediums, members also have interests in a wide range of craftwork including ceramics, woodwork and decorative metalwork and also the use of computers to create some interesting and inventive work.

The membership of the society is very wide; ranging from beginners to artists who have won prizes and exhibited abroad or spent a life time working in various fields of art. The age range of DSA members is also wide; from school students, to some who are still actively painting in their nineties.

Darlington Society of Arts members meet weekly in term time in the Art Studio at Hummersknott Academy, Darlington, on Wednesday evenings at 7.00 p.m. A full programme can be found for each term on our website.

Some members also paint outdoors in the summer on Tuesdays, when a programme run by U3A gives an opportunity to visit a variety of venues for the day.