16th March 2006
ART STUDENTS BID FOR CHARITY FUNDING
Lincolnshire-based arts charity is offering to give hundreds of pounds to
talented young fashion designers at the
Four students on the BA (Hons) Fashion Studies course at the university’s Lincoln School of Art and Design have been shortlisted for a grant from the Lincolnshire Arts Supporters’ Society.
Members of the society’s committee will be visiting Thomas Parker House on Tuesday 21st March to talk to the students and decide who to award the money to.
The Lincolnshire Arts Supporters’ Society was formed in 1973 and its committee is made up of women from across the county who are dedicated to raising money for the arts.
committee raises funds by hosting lunches and dinners at country houses and
stately homes in
Pumfrey, who is a member of the committee, says the
society has enjoyed a long association with the
we sponsor students from the
“On Tuesday we will visit the university and talk to the students who have been put forward by their tutor Carol Brown. After speaking to them we’ll go back to the committee who will decide who merits the money the most and how much we are going to give them.
delighted to be supporting art and design students at the
For more information on the Lincolnshire Arts Supporters’ Society please contact the Committee Chairman Sue Clark on 01529 455642.
For more information contact: Kate Strawson Press Officer (01522) 886244.
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