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Animal Art Fair 2012The Animal Art Fair (TAAF) returns to the capital for its third year, bringing 40 of the most distinguished contemporary animal artists to the heart of London's South Bank from 17 to 20 May 2012. TAAF will exhibit a comprehensive range of artists and all exhibited works will be for sale.Tickets are £10 but readers can take advantage of the Animal Art Fair Earlybird Offer - buy tickets online before the 31 March 2012 and get a 50% discount. To claim, visit www.animalartfair.com and enter AAF241 at checkout. These tickets only allow entrance to the day event and not the preview evenings. Right: Horse sculpture by Gill ParkerThe fi rst-ever Cotswold Art & Antique Dealers' Association (CADA) Fair is being held in the stunning setting of Blenheim Palace, Woodstock from 20-22 April 2012. Readers can enjoy two complimentary invitations to the fair and Blenheim Palace grounds. The fair will be of a high standard, with virtually all the exhibitors belonging to BADA and LAPADA (the two major national trade associations). Prices will range between £100 and £135,000, with the best of every art discipline available including early needlework, jewellery, textiles and more. The event takes place in The Colonnade, The Marlborough Room and The Orangery on Friday, 10am-8pm and on Saturday and Sunday, 10am-5.30pm. Visit the CADA website www.cotswolds-antiques-art.com to print off your complimentary ticket for two people to the fair and entry to the Palace Grounds (visitors must arrive at Blenheim Palace with a complimentary ticket in their hand). Left: Detail from a beadwork basket, 17th centuryThe BADA Antiques & Fine Art Fair is this year celebrating its 20th anniversary and readers can get a 2-for-1 ticket offer to their event in the Duke of York Square, off Sloane Square, London from the 21-27 March. More than 100 exhibitors will be offering for sale top-quality furniture, paintings, silver, jewellery, ceramics, glass, clocks, textiles and more. Simply present your members' card to the ticket desk at the BADA Fair to take advantage of the offer. Tickets include a copy of the BADA Handbook and two re-entry passes for a subsequent visit. www.bada-antiques-fair.co.ukOffersThe latest special deals available to readers of the ReviewCotswold Art & Antique Dealers' Association FairBADA Antiques & Fine Art FairAbove: Longcase clock, c 170056 NADFAS REVIEW / SPRING 2012 www.nadfas.org.ukOFFERS

This beautifully illustrated book offers a complete tour of the Olympic site, as it would have appeared during classical Greek civilization, and invites readers to witness fi ve days in August 2,400 years ago. In ancient Olympia visitors to the stadium watched athletes compete from a grassy bank - there was no shade, no stands, virtually no rules and no Members can take advantage of half-price festival tickets, at £30 each (original price £60), to the Aldeburgh ART Festival from 2-5 June. Enjoy a private viewing of sculpture by Royal Academicians Phillip King, Antony Gormley and Elisabeth Frink, see a play about British painter Roger Hilton or simply watch the Proms by the Sea performance. Aldeburgh ART festival takes place over four days with art on show in various locations including private houses, pop-up shops and Aldeburgh Beach. Don't miss the 19th century Lookout on Aldeburgh beach - it will reveal a different secret installation each day of the festival. To book and for more details visit www.aldeburghart.com or contact Aldeburgh ART founder Caroline Wiseman on caroline@carolinewiseman.com or 01728 452754. The half-price offer ends on 31 March. Right: Aldeburgh, Phillip King MaquetteCraft In Focus is staging a number of exciting events this year the fi rst of which is their Desire Jewellery & Silversmithing Fair. The event takes place at Queen Charlotte Hall, Parkshot, Richmond Upon Thames from 2-4 March and readers can enjoy free entry when they show this page at the entrance (one page per Desire FairsA Visitor's Guide to the Ancient Olympics book offerExplore the Aldeburgh ART Festival Christianity & Culture offerperson). With the work of 80 individual jewellers and silversmiths on show, there will be plenty of desirable pieces to choose from, including classic and statement pieces. The fair is open from 10am-5pm each day. For more information contact Craft in Focus on 01622 747325 or visit the website at www.desirefair.comThe Craft & Design Experience (www.craftexperience.co.uk) follows and will be held in Henley-on-Thames from 22-24 June. This mixed contemporary craft and design fair features fi ne art, furniture, textiles, fashion, jewellery, sculpture and more. For a free ticket to this event, quote 'NADFAS 12 Offer' and email your address to info@craftexperience.co.uk or write to: Craft In Focus, PO Box 942, Maidstone, ME15 0YB (one application per household).The Centre for the Study of Christianity & Culture (University of York) is offering readers 20% off its interactive resources. The Centre explores the infl uence of Christian thought and spirituality on art, architecture and more through richly-illustrated digital resources (see www.christianityandculture.org.uk). Of special interest to Church Recorders is The English Parish Church through the Centuries (RRP £17.50), with contributions by 225 leading experts, fi lmed introductions to churches, 2,000 images from churches and museums, and 3D models showing buildings developing through time. For your discount, call 01904 328095 or email candc@york.ac.uk or visit www.christianityandculture.org.uk/nadfas_discount quoting NADFAS20.women allowed. The book also details the people who attended the games, from charlatans to champions, and explains the various exotic religious rituals that took place. Readers can buy the book for the discounted price of £12 plus free P&P by ordering online at www.yalebooks.co.uk and quoting promo code Y1056. Offer valid 27 February - 31 March 2012. www.nadfas.org.uk NADFAS REVIEW / SPRING 2012 57OFFERS