To celebrate the creative output of its members over this last extraordinary year, AiPS is having its annual exhibition online.
Being online means that the show will be available to everyone in the public service, and beyond. The artwork is there to be enjoyed, but is also for sale. Original art at affordable prices so why not take a look?
Derek the treasurer of the AiPS has been very busy during lockdown and has compiled two new books.
“These are the products of having time during lockdown to bring together articles written over several years. ‘Opinions’ is my personal view on 100 mostly controversial issues written between 2004-2019. They originally appeared as a monthly “We hate” column, which I leave as a permanent remembrance to share with a wider audience. ‘More People and Places of Peckham’s Past’ is exactly what it says on the cover, the second of a series of the history of my home town: now one rated as one of the ‘coolest’ places in Britain. ” Derek Kinrade
The books are available from the author at £10 each + £3 for the postage.
The members of Artists in Public Service return to the Menier Gallery for the seventh year. They will be presenting a broad range of work to include paintings in all media, prints, drawings and sculpture.
The exhibition is free and offers many affordable and attractive works of art.
The exhibition has been generously sponsored by the Civil Service Insurance Society.
Membership of Artists in Public Service is open to all.