City of Parramatta Art Society
|State:||New South Wales|
The City of Parramatta Art Society (CPAS) is the longest running art society in New South Wales, being formed in 1950 by the then Mayor of Parramatta, Eric Mobbs. The aim of the society is to encourage, promote and foster appreciation of arts throughout the local community. They encourage emerging artists of all ages to develop their skills and to participate in their regular activities which include workshops, demonstrations and art classes, held at their studio.
The society provides a friendly environment and gives members the opportunity to exhibit their work at regular exhibitions and at the Society's Art Gallery "The Hunter Street Gallery of Fine Arts".
By joining the society you will be able to participate in the numerous events that are organised throughout the year and also you will be contributing to the promotion of arts within the community.
Exhibiting member $40
Exhibiting member and partner $50
Social member $10
Membership forms can be downloaded from their website.
The Parramatta Art Society organises a number of art events and exhibitions where members and also non-members can exhibit and sell their artwork.
In addition to their regular events, they also have their own permanent art gallery, the Hunter Street Gallery of Fine Arts, established in 2014.
- Main Contact: Dianna Miller
- Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
4 - 14 Hunter Street, Parramatta, 2150