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A group of bayside locals passionate about art have pooled their talents to create a new artist group based in Cleveland. Redland Coast Art Society is a newly-formed non-profit organisation offering tutored workshops and a creative home for artists – beginners or advanced – to develop their skills.

“We can provide tutorials and workshops in all media,” explained the society’s secretary, Paul.

“Our tutors are qualified, experienced individuals who would happily discuss your needs with you.”

The society welcomes artists of all abilities and runs regular events that allow participants to explore
their creativity.

Redland Coast Art Society activities
Plein Air These sessions take place outdoors every Sunday at 9am. Artists draw and paint at various locations in the Redlands. Plein Air is run by Angela Bruce. For more information call 0408 150 930.

Art Jam is at St. Paul’s church on a Sunday afternoon from 1pm to 4pm.

Workshops and classes are held by arrangement with the individual tutors. A minimum class size of five persons is required.

Exhibitions will be arranged at various times during the calendar year, where artists can show their artwork to the public. Fees may apply.

Redland Coast Art Society is at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, 4 Cross Street, Cleveland. Facilities include indoor and covered outdoor areas for artists to paint, a kitchen and toilets. Ample parking is available on Cross Street. For more information, contact Gloria Dietz-Keibron at 0427 244 438, Kat Christensen at 0412 638 768 or Angela Bruce at 0408 150 930.

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