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Acrylic Art Class with Orla Barry
Saturday, 01 February 2020  1:00  
 
 
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Saturday, 01 February 2020,  1:00 -  4:00
 

Have you ever wanted to paint using acrylics, well now is your chance to try out this medium?

Inspired by Newry-born portrait artist, Margaret Clarke, participants will have the opportunity to view some of her works that are on display in the Museum, and be inspired to recreate their own work of art.

Suitable for persons 16 and over.

All materials will be provided

£5 per person to book email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 028 3031 3178

You can also check out WWW.ORLABARRY.COM

Location Newry Museum
Castle Street
Newry
Co Down
BT34 2BY
028 3031 3182
http://www.bagenalscastle.com/museum/index.asp
 
 
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