Art Collective 2019: From Tuesday 30 July to Monday 5 August in the Physic Garden, Petersfield - admission free.

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First Exhibition: Click the link to see reports and photographs of the First Christian Art Group Exhibition which took place took place in The Flora Twort Gallery, Petersfield in November 2016.

Petersfield Arts and Crafts Society: Items created by members of the Christian Art Group featured in the Petersfield Arts and Crafts Society (PACS) at their annual exhibition in the Festival Hall in Petersfield between 23 and 28 August 2017. See items created by members of Christian Art Group.

Second Exhibition: took place in the Community gallery at the Petersfield Museum. Opened on Tuesday 31st October 2017 and ran till the 4th November. This year we are supporting the new but worthy charity Hope Connect. Members of the Arts group will be displaying and selling their art work which ranges from Ceramics, fused glass, felted bags, photos, cards and painted Ceramics.

Shirley and Kim (right) from this group have been creating beautiful ceramic poppy brooches which will be on sale at this exhibition alongside other pieces created by members of the Christian Arts Group.

Kim, a member of the Christian Arts Group, and her husband Marek Kalinowski visited Kim’s home in the Philippines in 2016 with a desire to help support a village called Lacnog. During their visit they were able to feed 150 people and gave gifts gathered from colleagues, friends and family to 100 children.

Having seen the poverty that many in this village due to the lack of viable work and education, they came home to the UK with the desire to find a way to support this community in a more sustainable long term manner. Kim managed to make a 5 point help list - to support developing a sustainable livelihood for those living in Lacnog; to help provide sanitation; to support with education; to help with providing nutrition; to help with local healthcare.

They have started working alongside the local community, and have funds ready to buy banana seedlings to plant alongside the rice crop that the local community grows.