64NADFAS REVIEW / SUMMER 2010www.nadfas.org.ukSOCIETIES/OVERSEAS NEWS?GLAVEN VALLEY DFASMore than 100 membersgathered at Blakeney Hotel tocelebrate the 20th anniversaryof Glaven Valley DFAS inOctober. Following tea, HildaSingleton, the Society'sfounder and first Chairman,cut the cake. ANNIVERSARIESde la Frontera DFASrewards young filmmakersADFAS Brisbane helped bring 90 children toWolston House in Brisbane, Australia, to pilot a new'hands-on' children's art and heritage project for TheNational Trust of Queensland.The aim was to give children the opportunity tohandle historical objects and enjoy exploring the1850s building through art. The children created artworks by using plasticineas a stamp to impress different historical objects,then printing onto prepared canvasses. Their highlyimaginative creations are currently on display atWolston House.OVERSEAS NEWS.ADFAS Brisbane helps children enjoyhistory close-upIn March, de la Frontera DFAS inSpain held its first Young ArtsProject -a filmmakingcompetition for students atSotogrande International School.DFAS Members voted on thebest three-minute short film onthe subject of 'It's a WonderfulWorld' and the ?500 prize waspresented by TV actor GeraldHarper. All eight finalistsproduced entries of a very highstandard but the prize wasawarded to talented filmmakersJessica Hodgson and LiaNewman, pictured right. The Society is also busyhelping to set up a Society in Gibraltar and working withBonhams to plan an AntiquesRoadshowevent and studycourse.Left: The children enjoy an art demonstration. A selection of their own work is pictured abovecopy dates fornadfas review2010 & 2011Autumn 2010:30/06/10Winter 2010:14/09/10Spring 2011:10/01/11Summer 2011:24/03/11If you are sending in newsitems for NADFAS Review andyou are able to email them,please send them to:firstname.lastname@example.orgPhotographs sent separatelyshould be clearly labelled. Also, please avoid sendingphotos embedded in textdocuments as we are unableto use these.If text was previouslyemailed, please send a copyfor reference.We still welcome stories fromSocieties and members whodo not have access to email.We apologise to Societiesthat have sent in stories thatdo not appear on thesepages. We welcome allsubmissions but due to anoverwhelming amount ofentries we are not always ableto publish all of them. For abetter chance of seeing yourstory in print, photographicquality is key. Ideally, photosshould be emailed as jpeg ortiff files at print-quality highresolution (300dpi).
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