KeepActive : Art Appreciation for senior citizens and older people in and around Inverness in Scotland
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The list which follows shows the name, venue and contact details for 3 organisations whose activities include "Art Appreciation" in Inverness and the surrounding area listed alphabetically within towns. Please refer to the list on the left hand side of the page for other types of activity.

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Inverness : Inverness Drink and Draw, The Tooth and Claw Click for contact details
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A twice monthly creative social night and meet-up for people who like to doodle - professional artists and hobbyists alike!

Grab a pint and a pew, and get those pictures flowing. Large communal drawing board, Group competitions, Blues/alt rock playlist.

The evenings are free, and there are no rules.

Artistic ability is unimportant - you don't even have to draw. Everyone is welcome!

Bring your own materials and sketchbooks. Spare pens, pencils and paper available.

Meeting Times
   Wednesday : 1900 to 2200 Fortnightly

Note
   Strictly 18+
Cost
   Free

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1st Pizza Direct Senior Citizen Offer
Nairn : Nairn Art Society, The Laing Hall Click for contact details
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Awaken the artist within you and explore hidden talents.

Our doors are open to anyone who loves painting, drawing and all things arty.

The society owns its own art studio situated in Laing Hall. Although many members paint at home, the structured workshops and daily sessions offer support and guidance from fellow peers. Painting and drawing in all mediums and styles is undertaken and the studio provides a friendly atmosphere to all who create their artwork within.

The hall is only used by our society which helps to keep it a creative haven.

We currently have 70 members ranging from 15 to fabulous! If you are new, you are welcome to have a few taster sessions to decide if its something you would enjoy.

Equipment,brushes, canvases etc. are available to use and a wide selection of books for reference, to borrow and to buy.

Meeting Times
   Monday : 1830 to 2100
   Tuesday : 1000 to 1200
   Wednesday : 1000 to 1600
   Friday : 1400 to 1600

Note
   MONDAY - Tutored- any medium
   
   TUESDAY - Tutored drawing
   
   WEDNESDAY Am/Pm - Working with fellow artists. Any medium you prefer
   
   THURSDAY - Workshop with professional artist.(Booked in advance)
   
   FRIDAY - Working with fellow artists. Any medium
Cost
   All members pay an annual fee of 30 and each class costs 2

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Smithton : U3A, Smithton-Culloden Free Church Click for contact details
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University of the Third Age.

Groups include Archaeology, Music Study. Art Appreciation, Nature Wanderers, Books, Philosophy, Photography, Bridge, Psychology, Classical Civilisation, Recorders, Current Affairs, Science, Family History, Walking, Geology, Table Tennis, History, Theatre, IT, Topical Issues.

Please refer to the U3A site for full details of groups and activities.

Meeting Times
   Monday : 1400 to 1600
   Tuesday : 1400 to 1600
   Wednesday : 1000 to 1200
   Thursday : 1400 to 1600
   Friday : 1000 to 1200

Note
   Meet in various locations including Gordon Hall, Smithton Free Church and in members' houses.
   
   According to the group, meetings can be weekly, fortnightly, monthly or variable.
   
   Please contact U3A for exact times and locations.
Cost
   Not known

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