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Herefordshire Art & Craft Society welcomes everyone who loves or practises the arts in Herefordshire.
We normally meet each month at  The Courtyard, Edgar Street, Hereford, HR4 9JR to talk about our up-coming events and exhibitions and host a short talk or demonstration. Those meetings are currently suspended because of the coronavirus epidemic

We arrange at least one exhibition of our own each year and also take part in the Herefordshire Art Weeks (h.Art) in September and December. (Herefordshire Art Week 2020 has been cancelled.)

We have an exhibition at The Courtyard beginning in November 2020 – our theme is Light, Colour, Shape and we will be accepting entries in the summer.

Our Patron, Professor Allen Fisher, Emeritus Professor of Poetry and Art at Manchester Metropolitan University, will be giving a talk at The Courtyard in September 2020. More details later.

 

Join us!



If you are interested in joining HACS why not come along to one of our meetings? We will be delighted to see you and will be happy to explain what we are doing and what we have planned. If you decide to join, our annual subscription is just £20.00.

If you prefer you can complete and submit the form below.
When you submit the form our Treasurer will receive your details, and we will send confirmation of your membership by email once we have received your payment.
(If you are already a member and want to renew your subscription please go to this page: Subscription renewals)

HACS Membership Form      Join HACS here:

Membership form January 2020
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About your membership
By joining HACS you agree that:
- HACS committee members may contact you by email on Society matters (or by phone if we need to contact you urgently).
- your membership information will be stored on a computer. We take care to keep that information confidential and will not pass it on to anyone without your permission. Our Data Protection Policy is available in the Info for Members area of our web site.
- if you enter artworks in our exhibitions or provide images for our web site Members Gallery, we may use low resolution copies for publicity purposes in printed material, or on our web site, or in our social media posts. Your specific permission will be obtained before use if an artist credit cannot be included.
Our annual membership fee is £20.00, and your subscription year will start when we receive your payment.
Please say how you will pay your subscription. (Card payments are preferred. You will see information on how to pay after you have submitted this form.)
Now please click on Submit form and arrange payment

About HACS



Herefordshire Art & Craft Society was founded in 1922 so we are approaching our Centenary.  Suitable celebrations are being planned!
Our members work in a huge variety of media, both 2D and 3D, and include creatives who choose to call themselves beginners, dabblers, hobbyists, amateurs, semi-professionals, professionals and art historians!
We arrange occasional talks, workshops and study days for our members, and have lively discussions in our monthly meetings.
Exhibitions are a mix of open and selective submission depending upon the venue and the exhibition theme.
We have a very active Facebook page and an Instagram account, both of which show our members’work and share photos, news, and information.  Members can also show their work in the Members Gallery on this web site.

Exhibitions


We had a busy year in 2019 with an exhibition at The Courtyard in Hereford, the city’s very successful arts centre, another at the Black and White House Museum, and exhibitions during Herefordshire’s Art Week (h.Art).

Unfortunately the h.Art event in 2020 has been cancelled because the coronavirus epidemic has made the arrangements too uncertain, but we have arranged a month-long exhibition at The Courtyard, to take place in the autumn, and we hope that will e going ahead.

Other exhibitions and events are being planned.  We are always looking for new and interesting venues.

Social media


We use social media to publicise our events and our members’ work.
If you are on Facebook or Instagram please follow us! 
Below you can see our Facebook posts even if you don’t have a Facebook account: