ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES FAIR
Sunday 7th May 2017
(FORTY TABLES NOW AVAILABLE)
From 10.30 am to 2.30 pm at
RIPLEY ARTS CENTRE, 24 SUNDRIDGE AVENUE, BROMLEY, BR1 2PX
(Sellers entry 9.00 am) PUBLIC ENTRY £1-00
Tel: 020 8851 5830
The Ripley Poetry Prize 2017
To celebrate artist Steve Wright’s new work `Cars` at Ripley’s Gallery 9th May -16th June 2017, Bromley Art Council’s inaugural poetry competition is launched. Poems inspired by Steve’s art exhibition to be written on any of the following three themes:
The suspended moment
Anthropomorphism – the car as character
The force of gravity
Please submit your poem to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject heading ‘Poetry Competition’ and include your full name. The deadline for submission is 20th May 2017. Entry fee: £3 per poem. Please pay by cash or send a cheque payable to Bromley Arts Council to the Ripley Arts Centre or pay via BACs to: Nat West Bank, Sort Code: 60-04-02 A/C 42272858 stating your surname and ‘poetry’ as a reference.
Judges : Fellows of The Royal Society of Arts
First prize £100 and Runner up prize £50 to be awarded at the celebration on 16th June 7pm.
Email:email@example.com. Website :www.bromleyarts.com
Celebrating 50 years!
Bromley Arts Council was formed in 1965 to maintain, improve and develop the arts in Bromley. It owns and manages Ripley Arts Centre in Sundridge Avenue, Bromley, where the Arts Council is based.
Set in a magnificent period property this venue is deep in history with an enviable record for hosting a variety of concerts and exhibitions.
At the rear of Ripley’s beautiful lawns rests our Sensory Garden; created with Millennium Lottery funding this garden is for the benefit of all our visitors, particularly those with disabilities.
Bromley Arts Council is a registered charity no. 249391.