The 112th Post Office and BT Art Club annual Autumn Exhibition is now in full swing and will continue until 14 September.
The club brings together amateur artists from Post Office, Royal Mail and British Telecom (including retired colleagues and their family members), and held its first exhibition in 1906 and has done so annually ever since, apart from the war years. The club exists to encourage colleague’s creativity and passion for art, be it for drawing, sculpture, painting, ceramics or fabric work, and the exhibition gives an outlet and focus for their members’ talent.
Many of the works are for sale at reasonable prices and often you’ll be able to meet some of the artists. It’s free to visit the exhibition, so do go along to Gallery 101 in the Salvation Army Headquarters, 101 Queen Victoria St, EC4V 4EH, London(near the Millennium Bridge).
The Post Office and BT Art Club is open to anyone who works for Post Office directly as well as our agents. If you would like to join, please write to the following address indicating your art interests:
The Secretary, PO and BT Art Club
8 Lytton Avenue
The club membership fee is £10 a year for exhibiting members, and £5 a year for non-exhibiting members. Members of the club are kept informed of activities and forthcoming exhibitions by newsletter.