New Art works by Charlie Roper 2016 that are part of the collection of many member paintings currently on Show at the Brunton Theatre.
Musselburgh Art Club is holding an exhibition at Brunton Hall running from now until the New Year. The exhibition is to promote the Club by displaying our member’s artworks that they have created using any available creative technique or medium.
The art work can be viewed in the corridor beside the Box Office, should you find this door locked then please ask at the Brunton Hall Box Office and the staff there will assist visitors with entering and purchasing any artworks on the day of you visit. The artworks can usually be taken home at time of your purchase. Allowing for sales the exhibition will rotate and we will introduce additional artworks as the show goes on.
Musselburgh Art Club also have a great selection of paintings being displayed within the East Lothian Adult Education Centre at Levenhall and the Musselburgh Primary Care Centre next to Tesco’s in Musselburgh.
So if you are unlucky and need to visit either of the primary care centres have a look at our art work while you are waiting. There are nearly 100 paintings in both surgeries and just in time for Christmas we will be changing all the exhibits at both locations before December.
The Club is unique as we have our own premises at 47c Bridge Street and members have access 24/7.
Our website address is www.musselburghartclub.com and we are now on Facebook!
We have very recently added our own Facebook Page
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We are a small, friendly club of amateur artists. We are always happy to welcome new members of all abilities!
Membership fees for the club are currently £85 a year, running from September to August. New members pay a pro-rata amount. For a nominal amount, members can have a key to the clubhouse, so you can have access at any time you like, 7 days a week.
Your membership fee covers rent, utility bills and various other expenses including our annual Exhibition in July/August at the Old Town Hall, Musselburgh.
The club was formed in 1969 and we have our own premises at Bridge Street in Musselburgh, just across the road from the main entrance to the Brunton Hall. We rent our building from East Lothian Council, and have the advantage of having access at any time, unlike many other clubs.
About the club We are a small, friendly club of amateur artists. We are always happy to welcome kindred spirits of all abilities!
For a nominal amount, members can also have a key to the clubhouse, so you can have access at any time you like, 7 days a week.
Club activities Members gather at the clubhouse mainly on weekday mornings, and on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday evenings. You can choose to draw, paint etc., or chat and drink coffee; some members bring their lunch with them if they feel like staying into the afternoon.
We do not have regular tuition, but members are always willing to give advice to each other (if wanted)!
The club has many resources for use by members, including:
An extensive library of art books and DVDs A mount cutter for framing Advice when asked for!
An annual exhibition in Musselburgh Old Town Hall, which takes place in August.
Arrangements to hang paintings at various locations in East Lothian.
Musselburgh Art Club is supported by a grant from East Lothian Council.
Musselburgh Art Club, SC004305 Registered charity from 20 May 1971