DROITWICH Arts Network (DAN) has unveiled its programme for 2022.
The group intends to hold the first part of the year on Zoom with a view to resuming face-to-face meetings later.
The opening event is on Wednesday, February 9, where Wendy Simmons will show an underpainting using her new Art Graf pigment blocks and, after experimenting beforehand, will share her findings.
Next up, on March 10, will be Looking Sketchy and a sculpting workshop will take place on April 13.
On April 10 there will be a photo walk at sunset, led by Rhys Jones and starting at Chapel House at 6.45pm.
Rachel Carter will shed light on woven sculptural pieces using a combination of ancient weaving techniques and state of the art digital technology on April 13.
Colin Jack will give an art demonstration on May 12, En Plain Air will take place on June 8, followed by a visit to the pub and another art demonstration – this time by Lyn Davies – will be on July 14.
In August – with a date to be confirmed – there will be a visit to Kidderminster’s Museum of Carpet and on September 14 there will be a poetry evening – led by former Worcester poet laureate Nina Lewis and International poetry winner Colin Jack.
Published crime thriller writer Carla Kovach will be giving a talk on October 19 or 20 (to be confirmed) and a Christmas wreath-making workshop will be led by Amanda Coldridge on November 9.
The year will be rounded off with a play reading and light refreshments on December 8.
DAN always welcomes new members and people can visit droitwichartsnetwork.org for more information on the groups, its events, the full 2022 programme and joining.