The Arts Society Walton is now permanently closed.

We would like to thank everyone who, over the last twenty years, has made the society an active and informative part of our local culture.

Particular thanks go out to the Audio Visual team for their hard work and dedication throughout the years, and especially James Moore, without whom we would not have enjoyed all those lectures via Zoom during the pandemic, ably assisted by Lindy Wilson, who has been responsible for MailChimp messages to those members in receipt of emails.

The Committee hopes you have all been able to enrol in another West Surrey Area Society. We would like to thank you for your membership, time and patience and most of all your company. We hope to see you again at another venue to enjoy The Art Society for many years to come.

The following Societies are able to accept new members from TASW and we are certain you will receive a warm welcome.

Weybridge  Arts Society

2nd Wednesday at 10.30 Whiteley Village Hall, Octagon Road, off Burwood Road, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey KT12 4EH. 
For more information: www.tasweybridge.org.uk
To apply to join email: info@tasweybridge.org.uk

Runnymede Arts Society

3rd Wednesday 10.30. Wraysbury Village Hall (temporary)
For more information: www.theartssocietyrunnymede.org.uk
To apply to join email: info@theartssocietyrunnymede.org.uk

Claremont & Oxshott Arts Society

2nd Wednesday 14.15 Menuhin Hall, Stoke D’Abernon,  KT11 3QQ
For more information: www.claremontandoxshottartssociety.org.uk
To apply to join email: info@claremontandoxshottartssociety.org.uk

Kingston 

3rd Monday at 19.30 at the University
For more information: www.theartssocietykingston.org.uk
To apply to join email: info@theartssocietykingston.org.uk

Richmond

1st  Tuesday at 19.00  Luke Street Church, Richmond TW9 1DH
For more information: www.theartssocietyrichmond.org
To apply to join email: richmond@theartssociety.org

Details of other Arts Societies can be found on www.theartssociety.org.


Copyright The Arts Society Walton, 2017
Canaletto (Giovanni Antonio Canal), A View of Walton Bridge, 1754, by permission of the trustees of Dulwich Picture Gallery, London