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page 68 REVIEW / AUTUMN 2010 57OFFERSOffersThe latest special deals available to readers of the ReviewFrank Brangwyn: Stained GlassGoldsmiths' FairGoldsmiths' Fair held inGoldsmiths' Hall in London (fulldetails page 32) is one of the mostprestigious events ofcontemporary jewellery and silver.It is the ultimate showcase for theskills of leading and up-and-coming designer-makers in theUK, and innovative and excitingpieces abound. Admission is bycatalogue purchased on the door(£7 for one week, or £12 for twoweeks). An offer of two for theprice of one entry to Goldsmiths'Fair is available to all NADFASMembers on presentation of theirNADFAS membership cards or acopy of this 7606 7010Desire FairThe ever-popular Desire Fair, wherevisitors can purchase mixed-mediajewellery and silversmithing directfrom contemporary designer-makers, is returning to theGuildhall in Winchester inNovember and NADFAS membersare being offered complementarytickets. The event promises a hugevariety of stylish designs to suit alltastes, from just a few pounds tomany thousands.50 pairs of tickets to the fair areavailable. To apply, email youraddress, or writeto Craft in Focus,PO Box 942,Maidstone,ME15 0YB,quotingNADFASWNJ2010 offer.Openingtimes are12.30-5.30pmon Friday 26November and 10am-5pm on the27 and 28. Admission is £4. www.desirefair.com01622 747 325 Pictured:Rings designed bycontemporary designer-makerShivani PatelBritish Art FairThe 20/21 British Art Fair, will take place from 15-19 September at theRoyal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London. The College provides anideal setting to see work by the great names of the 20th century including:Bacon, Freud, Frink, Hepworth, Hockney, Moore and Nash. Alongside willbe a large selection of work by established and emerging contemporaryartists. NADFAS members can take advantage of a two-for-one offer on theadmission price, which is normally £9 per person, by presenting theirmembership card. 020 8742 1611 Pictured:Street Scene, Cassis, Samuel John Peploe RSAKings, queens, statesmen andsoldiers; poets, priests, heroes andvillains -the Abbey is a must-seeliving pageant of British history.NADFAS members can takeadvantage of a special two-for-oneticket offer to visit this wonderfulbuilding, founded in 960.www.westminster-abbey.org020 7222 5152Westminster Abbey NADFAS lecturer Libby Horner has written, presented, designed andproduced an innovative DVD entitled Frank Brangwyn: Stained Glass.The standard academic details are included in the well-illustratedbook -each commission has its own PDF file, which can be printed froma Mac or PC. There are 11 films with a total running time of 210 minutes.Location films show the windows in their architectural settings and thereare interviews with experts and practitioners. Another film details the process of making astained glass panel. To buy the DVD at the specialprice of £15 including post andpacking (RRP £20), pleasecontact Libby Horner or Kennett House, Kennett Lane,Stanford, Kent, TN25 6DG. Payment by cheque (made payableto Dr E Horner) or PayPal. Please mention NADFAS Review whenyou order.2 FOR 1 OFFERThis coupon is redeemable for onefree admission with one paidadmission. Cheaper ticket free.Name .............................................Address ................................................................................................Postcode .......................................Email ..............................................Entry valid from 1 Sept 2010 to 31 March 2011 during regularvisiting hours. Please see www.westminster-abbey.orgorcall 020 7222 5152 for opening timesOriginal coupon only -no photocopiesaccepted. Coupon valid when completedand upon presentation of valid NADFASmembership card. Offer applies to individualticket purchases only, not groups. Pleasebe reassured that your details will not beshared with any third parties.??

SOCIETIES NEWSStirling launches first Scottish Church trailAs part of its 20th-anniversarycelebrations, Stirling DFASdesigned and launched Scotland'sfirst NADFAS Church Trail. TheBridge of Allan Parish Church waschosen for the trail as it featurescarved oak furniture by Scottishdesigner Charles RennieMackintosh and stained glass by anumber of leading artists.On a beautiful sunny day,children from the Stirling YoungArts Group were first to test outthe trail through the church and itssurrounding area. They learnedabout the stained glass, furnitureand textiles, and were encouragedto make drawings. An Easter egghunt in the grounds of the churchwas a perfect ending to a morningthat was thoroughly enjoyed by thechildren and their parents. StirlingDFAS looks forward to welcomingmore visitors to the church andhope that the trail inspires childrento explore other churches at homeand abroad.Societies NewsA snapshot of Society and Area activities across the country58NADFAS REVIEW / AUTUMN 2009, Cheam DFAS, inconjunction with Sutton EducationBusiness Partnership (Art in theWorld of Work) sponsored aproject at Nonsuch High School forGirls in Cheam. The project paidfor artist Jennie Grover to show thestudents how to make clay reliefplaques and from these createlatex moulds; and then to use thelatex moulds to cast morepermanent plaques in Crea-Stone.The theme was 'Identity' andeach student brought in a personalitem, such as a shoe, aPersonal treasures set the scene in Cheamphotograph or some treasureditem. The initial clay plaques werethen made incorporating the objectin whole or in part.The finished work, a collage ofthe Crea-Stone plaques painted inacrylic and yacht varnish to imitatethe effect of oxides on clay, hasbeen mounted on board and isnow displayed in the school.Right:Detail of one of theplaquesLeft:A Nonsuch student getscreative with the clay