Welcome to The Arts Society Sherborne

We are a friendly Arts Society, meeting to attend professional Art lectures on the first Wednesday of each month (except August and January).
We also run other activities such as visits, study days, tours abroad and social events.

The Arts Society Sherborne welcomes new members
There is no waiting list for new members so you are welcome to join us right now!
The annual subscription for the afternoon session is the same as that for the evening session and part-year rates apply from February onwards.

please email- afternoonsherborne@theartssociety.org and eveningsherborne@theartssociety.org for more information

Single membership costs £40 per annum and couples can join for £70.
Subject to space being available, visitors can attend lectures at a cost of £7 per lecture if they are invited to do so by an existing member.

If you would like to join The Arts Society Sherborne you may do so in two ways:
1. Download the appropriate membership application form (over on the right below) and send it, together with your cheque, to the membership secretary at the address given on the form:
Or -
2. You may telephone our Membership Secretaries who will be happy to deal with your request:

Afternoon Membership:  Linda Antell 01935 509774                                                   Email:  afternoonsherborne@theartssociety.org     

Evening Membership: Carol Price 01935 474626                                                         Email:  eveningsherborne@theartssociety.org

 

 

TO JOIN PLEASE CONTACT THE SOCIETY

LOCATION

Digby Hall
Hound Street
Sherborne
United Kingdom

DT9 3AA

MEETING TIMES

3:00pm - 1st Wednesday, except January and August


7.00pm - 1st Wednesday, except January and August

EVENTS

04
December
2019
Sherborne
DIGBY HALL
Hound Street
DT9 1AA

A musical portrait of a Medieval Christmas

11
December
2019

Following the success of our Christmas Dinner at the Eastbury in 2017, we are delighted to announce this event:

05
February
2020

The award-winning photographer shows 70 images from locations all over the world from Namibia to his beloved Dorset.