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Janet Aldis

Janet is a painter and sculptor working from her Crows Camp studio. She caters for a variety of work including Oil Painting, Bronze, Stone and Pewter Sculpture and wearable Silk Art.

Michael Amerstorfer

Bay Art Gallery

The Bay Art Gallery is a not-for-profit organisation offering gallery space showcasing emerging artists/graduates/students living within the south east. The gallery was set up approximately 7 years ago with a view to promoting visual arts within the community and is run by the CT6 Contemporary Arts Group. The building is very centrally placed – 47a William Street, Herne Bay (opposite the main car park in William Street).

Canterbury Ceramic Circle

The group acts as a friendly and informative forum for those interested in English ceramics from 18th century porcelain to modern pottery. Regular monthly meetings are organised with talks by international experts.

Canterbury Commemoration Society

A membership society formed as a registered charity to celebrate Canterbury's history. Its first successful project has been the statues of King Ethelbert and Queen Bertha unveiled in 2006.

Canterbury Life Drawing Group

The group organises affordable weekly Life Drawing sessions in Canterbury and promotes the work of its members through regular exhibitions.

Canterbury Photographic Society

Members meet weekly on Wednesdays, between September and May, to view each others work, discuss all aspects of photography and hold workshops to enlighten and encourage members on taking pictures and post manipulation and enhancement of the images using Photoshop. The society also has in-house competitions and challenges with other clubs. New members are always welcome. Meetings start at 7.30pm in Room 3, the Norfolk Building, Kent College, Whitstable Road, Canterbury CT2 9DT

Canterbury Society of Art

The Society, which was founded in 1968, has over 100 members, with experience ranging from complete beginners to professional artists and tutors. They meet in Blean on Monday evenings, approximately 40 weeks per year, for demonstrations, talks and practical evenings. They hold up to three exhibitions annually. Please go to the website for more details.