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Visual Art Group - Regional Meetings

If you would be interested in organising such a group in your region, please contact John Cavana (Chairman VA Group, 

Visual Art North

Tairgh Seilebost by Richard Bingham

The Visual Art North (VAN) group has been formed to allow those interested in visual art to meet together in the North of England.

We are currently looking for members views on how we may best serve Visual Art members north of the Midlands, which is geographically a very large area. We want to take what works well for the successful Rollright and South West Groups and adapt it for local needs. We have stared to hold various activities of interest to our members including virtual and physical meet-ups and speakers. We will probably start small and build as we grow.

See the VAN home page here.

See the Committee Members here.

If you would like to join the group or share what you would like the group to do then then please contact: Mary Crowther ARPS

CREDIT: Christine Adams ARPS
Rollright Visual Art Group

Bonsai Reimagined by Christine Adams ARPS

The Rollright Visual Art Group was formed to benefit photographers in central England, away from major metropolitan areas and the traditonal centres of activity. With its base in the north Cotswolds, amid four or five counties and four RPS regions, the group is open to RPS members and non-members from a wide catchment area. It is not affiliated to any of the regions and does not intend to impinge on the programmes of camera clubs which often favour competitions, but rather offers another location which some of us may find easier to access in order to meet other enthusiasts in an informal and friendly atmosphere. 

For our next meeting check the events page here.

If you would be interested in joining the group please contact: Barry Barker (