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  • Glenrothes Art Club - The Arty Bunch

    Created: 20/05/2019, Updated: 21/05/2019

    Glenrothes Art Club has moved to new exciting modern premises in the centre of the town and will now provide activities for young people. "The Arty Bunch" launches on 29 May and runs every Wednesday from 4.00 - 5.00pm for young people ages 8 to 12 years. The Tutor is Rosalind Crawford, a professional artist who graduated with a first-class honours degree from Duncan of Jordanstone Art College and is registered with the General Teaching Council of Scotland.

    Applications are now being accepted and parents / guardians should phone the Art Club on 01592 562 109 (answering machine) saying it's for "The Arty Bunch" and leave a name and address. An application form will be posted out. Lilian Sloan, Club President said "Our new Art Studios and Club Rooms in Caledonia House, Saltire Centre are ideal for young people to develop artistic skills under professional supervision. All materials are provided, and we are only charging £5 per session. It is planned to start a 13 to 15 years group soon and young people are invited to register their interest. Adults are also very welcome, and Glenrothes Art Club is always ready to accept new members from age 16 years upwards."

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