Meetings for the society are held on the 3rd Saturday of each of the following months (January, March, May, July, September and November) from 10am – 12pm (unless otherwise scheduled). Meetings will be held at the North Carolina Botanical Gardens room 106 (100 Old Mason Farm Road) in Chapel Hill unless otherwise indicated. For directions please go to ncbg.unc.edu.
Check out the Meeting Archives to see some photos and notes from our past meetings.
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January 19 – Critique Session with Anne Kiefaber
Bring two pastel paintings you would like to have critiqued. This is a good opportunity to get feedback on statewide entries or anything else you choose. Anne, our PSNC Treasurer, is an accomplished pastelist and teacher. She will lead the session. Should you choose to have more feedback from the rest of the group, she will moderate and assure the comments are constructive. The session should be interesting and beneficial to all attenders. Meeting Photos
March 16 – Multiple References for One Painting by Addren Doss
Our very own Addren Doss will share her technique for choosing subjects from varied sources to combine into one artwork. This is a topic that she has studied for a long time and is very excited to present to our membership.
May 18 – plein air session at Emily Thompson’s Farm
May 30th – June 1st – Lyn Diefenbach workshop and demo (paid event)
September 21 – Late 18th-20th century painting lecture by Mr. Perry Hunt @ NCMA
This meeting will be at the NC Museum of Art to hear a lecture by Mr. Perry Hurt, Associate Art Conservator, on late 18th-20th century painting. Meeting Photos
November 16 – Google Accounts demo
PSNC President, Jane Steelman, will be presenting training for using our new Google accounts. She will be sending an email to all members prior to the meeting with their login information. Those wishing to attend should bring their laptops with them fully charged.
Space is limited to please RSVP to email@example.com if you plan to attend.
This meeting will be held at the NCMA in the Digital Learning Center on the 3rd floor of the East Building.