Welcome to the Molesey Art Society

Molesey Art Society was formed in 1959 and we are delighted to be celebrating our Diamond Jubilee this year!

Since 1959 the society has gone from strength to strength and is currently one of the largest and most prestigious art societies in the region, with a varied membership of around 200.

We are a forward thinking society embracing new media and artists of all ages and abilities are welcome – all you have to do is enjoy making art!

Our aim is to promote interest in the visual arts locally and we have a very busy yearly schedule that includes a regular series of demonstrations and workshops as well as three exhibitions.

We hold three public exhibitions every year; our Spring Show held in April is our biggest show of the year, it starts with a Private View evening and runs for 5 days. A huge variety of work covering; painting, jewellery, ceramics, wood turning and sculpture is always on show.

Two other exhibitions complete the year: a two day open air show at Molesey Lock during the August Bank Holiday weekend and our Autumn Fair which takes place in November.

We look forward to welcoming you soon, as a guest at one of our shows or, even better, as a member.

Unless otherwise notified, our meetings are held at:

St Alban’s Catholic Primary School, Beauchamp Road, East Molesey Surrey KT8 2PG

Events / Demos / Workshops

Friday Evening Demos - 7.45pm - 10pm
Saturday Workshops - 2pm - 5pm

2019 Event DiaryNewsletter

Welcome to the Molesey Art Society

Molesey Art Society was formed in 1959 and since then the society has gone from strength to strength and is currently one of the largest and most prestigious art societies in the region, with a varied membership of around 200.

We are a forward thinking society embracing new media and artists of all ages and abilities are welcome – all you have to do is enjoy making art!

Our aim is to promote interest in the visual arts locally and we have a very busy yearly schedule that includes a regular series of demonstrations and workshops as well as three exhibitions.

We hold three public exhibitions every year; our Spring Show held in April is our biggest show of the year, it starts with a Private View evening and runs for 5 days. A huge variety of work covering; painting, jewellery, ceramics, wood turning and sculpture is always on show.

Two other exhibitions complete the year: a two day open air show at Molesey Lock during the August Bank Holiday weekend and our Autumn Fair which takes place in November.

We look forward to welcoming you soon, as a guest at one of our shows or, even better, as a member.

Unless otherwise notified, our meetings are held at:
St Alban’s Catholic Primary School, Beauchamp Road, East Molesey Surrey KT8 2PG

Coronavirus update
Because of the ongoing situation the normal running of the Society has been disrupted. The Annual General Meeting has been cancelled and will be replaced by circulation of all relevant information by post and email and there will be an opportunity to vote on appropriate matters, also by post and email. In light of the continuing uncertainty about restrictions relating to Coronavirus the decision has been made to cancel the Towpath Exhibition over the August Bank Holiday weekend and all remaining events for 2020. A new programme of events for 2020/21 will be issued as soon as possible. In the meantime we will be doing as much as possible online to keep the membership involved and motivated.

Events / Demos / Workshops

The programme of events for 2020/21 is under review and more details will follow as soon as possible.

Molesey Art Society Officers

PAST PRESIDENT: John MacLeod
PRESIDENT: David Crick
CHAIRMAN: Paul Potter
TREASURER: Stephen Waxman
VICE-CHAIRMAN: Eric Drewery
ACTING SECRETARY: EricDrewery Email: admin@moleseyartsociety.co.uk
PUBLICITY & ACTING MEMBERSHIP SECRETARY: Sue Monteath
Email: membership@moleseyartsociety.co.uk

Society newsletters

Newsletter September 2020Newsletter July/August 2020Newsletter May/June 2020Newsletter April 2020Newsletter March 2020Newsletter Jan 2020Newsletter Dec 2019Newsletter Dec 2018