Tuggerah Lakes Art Society
|State:||New South Wales|
|Region:||Central Coast NSW|
|Art Shows:||Twice Yearly|
At TLAS, their aim is to promote, develop and encourage art and craft on the Central Coast.
The Tuggerah Lakes Art Society was founded in 1989 by the late Robert Doyle. Robert had a love of the outback, having been horse breaking and droving throughout central Queensland and Arnhem Land. He was extremely talented and versatile in several mediums. His love for painting and generosity in sharing what he knew with others made him well liked and very popular. His family has now established the annual "Robert Doyle Memorial Prize," awarded to the best "Bush Painting" by an Art Society member.
The Tuggerah Lakes Art Society sees itself in the role of fostering the development of painting in mediums such as oils, acrylic, watercolour, pastel, line and wash as well as drawing in pencil, charcoal etc.
The Society is known for its friendly, cheerful atmosphere where everyone wants to learn more about art. We welcome anyone who is interested to drop in to a monthly meeting or painting session to see who we are and what we do.
Membership Officer Wendy Scorgie email@example.com
Newsletter Editor Donna Cole firstname.lastname@example.org
Welfare Officer Pam Paterson-Barrie
Web / Facebook Mal Hamilton
Publicity: Gail Brigden email@example.com
Art Director Gail Bigden (for Fab Fakes)
Members’ meetings are held on the 4th Thursday of each month 10am - midday (Feb - Nov)
in the Uniting Church hall (opposite Diggers Club) - 204 The Entrance Road, The Entrance.
The TLAS Academy is held weekly at the Country Women's Association (CWA) Hall, 1 Pacific Street, LONG JETTY on a Wednesday from 9am to midday.
There's no joining fee and membership is for the calendar year, being January to December.
The annual subscription is $25, family $30
The monthly newsletter is emailed however if you require it to be posted the annual subscription is $35 and family $40. This is to offset postage costs.
Membership forms can be downloaded from their website and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, forms can be requested from:
The Membership Secretary,
PO Box 4288,
Bay Village, NSW, 2261.
Special exhibitions organized by TLAS are ‘Fab Fakes’ and ‘Carnevale’.
These are held at the Wyong Art House, on an annual basis.
Workshops are held on a regular basis.
The TLAS Academy always has a place for those who wish to develop techniques or expand their art to a new level. Mentors are always on hand to guide you through the process.
PO Box 4288
Bay Village NSW 2261