The exhibition in the Library

The exhibition in Droitwich Library is the final event of the ArtsFest 2017. 24 artists showed their works in various media. More »

ArtsFest 2017

ArtsFest 2017 was a great success. It is the first big event that DAN has organised with multiple activities, exhibitions, concerts and guest performers over 3 weeks period, and the programme was accepted well by the audience. More »

The Best in Show at Hanbury Hall

A beautiful painting ‘Royal Scot 66113 Cameronian’ by Kenneth Robinson was voted by visitors as the best artwork. More »

DAN annual exhibition at Hanbury Hall

Each year DAN members hold an annual exhibition in the prestigious venue, Long Gallery at Hanbury Hall. More »

Handel\\\'s Water Music

Droitwich Spa celebrated Handel\\\'s Water Music with a concert and historical reenactment. More »

DAN members artwork selection

DAN members are very diverse in their artistic expressions - there are the excellent watercolourists, oil painters, photographers... More »

 

Stephen Evans’ ‘Smiling Girl’ in the Library

Stephen Evans exhibits his “Smiling Girl” painting in combined techniques of watercolour and acrylic on 300g paper in the Droitwich Library. Stephen’s artwork will be on display from 6 until 20 February 2016.

Stephen Evans has held several solo exhibitions at Droitwich Library and has displayed work in various galleries in and around Worcester and Hereford. Several years ago he was featured in two county magazines,’ Worcestershire Living’ and, as he originate from Shrewsbury, the article was also published in the Shropshire magazine ‘Verve’.

Ruth & Stewart Bourne exhibition at The Old Library

This month’s artists are photographers Stewart Bourne ARPS and Ruth Bourne LRPS. Stewart’s images of Birmingham on canvas in the Hall are from his ongoing Metropolis series. Ruth’s smaller format images in the cafe area are a triptych of New York scenes and a stylish Bilbao bar.
Ruth and Stewart are members of the Droitwich Arts Network and also of the f.action group whose work can currently be seen at County Hall, Spetchley.

Peter Prinsep in Park’s Cafe

Peter Prinsep shows his pictures in Park’s Cafe during February (1 – 29 February 2016).

Having served 3 years at Mosley Art School, Birmingham, rather than moving to Art College, Peter who was fifteen at the time had the opportunity to start as an apprentice in an independent art studio. This beginning in Max Studios was the beginning of a 48 year career. Working as an artist in advertising and producing artwork for many leading Midland agencies and companies including Cadbury Schweppes, Dunlop, Pilkington, Sellafield, Bryant Homes and many other well known names.

‘No Regrets’ at The Norbury Theatre

Saturday 13th February Linder Productions present NO REGRETS – THE LIFE STORY AND SONGS OF EDITH PIAF A celebration of the life story and songs of the iconic French chanteuse Edith Piaf, who rose from the backstreets of Paris to become the most highly paid female entertainer of her time! Not a typical tribute show, this stunning piece of theatre contains a “beautifully crafted narration,” telling the fascinating story of the “Little Sparrow” who’s inimitable style and charisma has inspired performers all over the world!