Williamson Art Gallery: Emma Rodgers Live – All Creatures Great and Small

    Location (with MAP): Williamson Art Gallery & Museum
    Date/Time: 30 September 2015. 6:30pm
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    Emma Rodgers Live – All Creatures Great and Small
    Williamson Art Gallery, Wirral
    Wednesday 30 September 2015 at 18.30

    A limited number of tickets are available priced at just £20.00 which includes some light refreshments and a unique opportunity to win an original piece of Emma’s work.

    An evening for art-lovers

    Renowned sculptor Emma Rodgers will be talking about her work and creating a unique piece of art, live for the assembled audience at The Williamson Art Gallery in Wirral on Wednesday September 30th.

    Emma, who exhibits both nationally and internationally, is an Appeal Ambassador for The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity and is generously donating profits from this event to the charity’s 1862 Club.

    Maureen Ellison, Trust Manager at The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity said: “We are thrilled to be able to hold such a fantastic event for the charity and we expect it will be well attended by both members of our 1862 Club and those who have a keen interest in art – particularly those who want to see something unique created before their eyes.

    “The 1862 Club was founded to formally acknowledge the outstanding contribution of our donors and to bring together like-minded people who are committed to helping us shape the hospitals future and playing their own part in our remarkable history. The club was named after the year the forerunner of The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre was founded with a philanthropic gesture. This is just one of a number events held over the course of the year.”

    Vice-President of the 1862 Club, and consultant oncologist at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre Professor Sun Myint, will also to be exhibiting some of his artwork on the evening. Professor Myint also has a strong following and critical acclaim for his evocative pieces, many of which capture his Burmese heritage.

    A limited number of tickets are available priced at just £20.00 which includes some light refreshments and a unique opportunity to win an original piece of Emma’s work.

    To purchase tickets or to hear more about The 1862 Club please contact Maureen Ellison
    maureen.ellison@clatterbridgecc.nhs.uk or call 0151 482 7948

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