Reminder: Monthly Meeting 14th Sept – AGM & Digital Art Talk

Reminder: Monthly Meeting 14th September 7.30pm

AGM & Digital Art Talk by Satya Morrison

Next week on 14th September at 7.30pm we have our AGM and then a Presentation via Zoom given by Satya Morrison on Digital Art & Image Optimisation for Websites.

Satya will be covering a range of Software that can be used to create digital art both on desktop and mobile devices.

You do not need to have a lot of technical skills to get started with making and managing your Digital Art & Images online.

It can be a lot of fun!

Satya has over 25 years experience in this field as a Graphic Designer and Web Designer. She also currently helps to manage our MTAS website and online presence.

Join us to learn more about this great medium for creating a wide range of digital art and learn skills to manage your photos of your non digital artworks to put online.

Please remember to register your attendance for zoom at

Here is the Zoom link for the night:

Our Annual General Meeting

Our Art Society is run by volunteers and our dedicated committee has worked very hard through the year to keep things going during these challenging times.

We are always in need of new people to help run the Society and would love to see some more members helping out with the roles listed below.

If you, your friends or family can assist please let us know. You do not need to be an artist yourself to fill these roles, but some interest in arts and crafts is welcome.

To nominate yourself or another person please email to

All positions will be declared vacant on the night and anyone interested in taking on a position to help out the Society can email or call Pat Bakarich on 0415 200 446 for more information.

The Committee positions are listed below:

(1) President

(2) Vice President

(3) Secretary

(4) Treasurer

(5) Assistant Secretary

(6) Assistant Treasurer

(7) Publicity Officer

(8) Membership Officer

(9) Functions Officer

(10) Children’s Art Classes Co-ordinator

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