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The National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies (NADFAS), a 90,000 member-strong arts education charity founded nearly fifty years ago, has changed its name to The Arts Society.
The Arts Society will build on the strength of the current organisation which has a network of 400 volunteer-driven local societies and contributes to around 500 separate projects each year, donates around £200,000 annually to arts initiatives and contributes around £3M worth of volunteer work to the heritage sector.
The Arts Society works to promote and advance arts education and works to preserve our artistic heritage. It supports the arts, locally, nationally and globally by organising regular events, including study days, cultural visits, tours and lectures.
The Society often supports artists and students in the arts to undertake specialist skills, provides volunteers in museums, churches, historic houses and galleries to help to keep them running.
Each year, the Society works with the Royal Society of British Artists to give talented young artists the chance to be displayed in the RBA Annual Exhibition in London’s Mall
Volunteers contribute to the preservation of collections, deepening the understanding of the nation’s treasures through lengthy digitisation work, photography, archiving and cataloguing.
In Birmingham, the Society has created arts and history trails between diverse places of worship, helping to bring communities together and to spread appreciation of the similarities and differences between religions in local areas.
The Arts Society offers more than 5400 hours of lectures each year, covering architecture, archaeology, painting, prints, sculpture, textiles, furniture, furnishings, costume, glass and ceramics, enamel, metalwork, garden design, installation art, music, dance, theatre, literature and film.
If you would like further information , visit the NADFAS website here
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