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We hope to add several more events to our itinerary, for future events not listed here please contact: pip@pipmcgarry.com
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EVENTS:
 
2014


January
Sunday 12th
Big 5 Painting and Drawing Workshop

March
1st - 11th
Big Cat Safari
Maasai Mara in Kenya

June
Sunday 22nd
Whipsnade Coach trip

August
29th - 31st
MIWAS 16th Annual Exhibition
Rookesbury Manor, Wickham

 

More events to follow!

 
*We are working hard to finalise this year's MIWAS events calendar.
Please be patient, details will be sent out as soon as they are ready.


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About Us
 



Marwell House

The group is the largest wildlife art society in Europe, with members from all over the UK. We also have members from the Netherlands, Botswana, France, Italy, Greece, Spain, USA, Australia and South Africa.

The MIWAS annual summer exhibition of wildlife art is in August and entry is open to all members. This show is currently the largest annual exhibition of wildlife art in Europe with nearly 700 exhibits displayed. There are many benefits to being in our group, so why not join us and enjoy being among like-minded wildlife artists from around the world?Since forming in 1999, MIWAS have donated over £50,000 towards Marwell's ongoing work with endangered species

 

Founded

The Marwell Art Society was founded in early 1999, operating as an association of wildlife artists supporting the work of Marwell Wildlife in Hampshire, United Kingdom. The group has grown rapidly to become the largest wildlife art society in Europe with well over 300 members. In 2004, their title was changed to 'Marwell International Wildlife Art Society' (MIWAS) in order to more accurately reflect the composition and needs of the members. In late 2005, the art society became independent from Marwell (though still supporting their aims and working with them).




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ABOUT
MARWELL WILDLIFE

Marwell Wildlife is a charity dedicated to the conservation of biodiversity and other natural resources. It is action oriented and at the forefront of conservation work around the world, working in partnership with communities, statutory agencies and other non-governmental organisations. Its projects extend from the reintroduction of desert antelopes in the Sahara through to community based projects in Northern Kenya and habitat restoration in the south of England.  Marwell engages with over 35,000 children and young people through its conservation

educational programmes and welcomes over 500,000 visitors each year to its 140 acre zoological park which is home to over 200 species in beautiful landscaped surroundings. In every contact it seeks to encourage understanding, and inspire care for the natural world. The charity relies on the generous support and enthusiasm of fundraisers and visitors to finance its conservation work and help it secure a better future for endangered wildlife for generations to come.  

www.marwell.org.uk


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Only a few 2007 and 2008 Summer Exhibition Catalogues still vailable.

If you would like to purchase a summer exhibition catalogue for 2007/2008 there are still some available. Prices are £3 each plus £1 postage and packaging. Also available are 2006 and 2004 exhibition catalogues. These are £2.50 each plus £1 postage and packaging, only available while stock lasts. 2005 catalogues sold out.

 
 
 

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