THE DROITWICH Art Network (DAN) is holding a final exhibition to round off the success of the town’s successful ArtsFest.
Held at the first-floor gallery at Droitwich Library, the event is showcasing the work of 24 local DAN members until the end of August.
The exhibition will represent a choice of art in various styles and media, from acrylic and watercolour paintings to drawings, photography and contemporary textiles.
At the same time, the library will host the third International Mail Art exhibition entitled “Long Live the Art!”.
This project was started in 2015 by local artist Tamara Jelaca with the aim to bring some fresh and new art in Droitwich Spa.
There will be artworks by 157 artists from 26 countries including USA, Brazil, Germany, Poland, Turkey, Argentina, Italy, Serbia and Mexico.
A spokesperson for DAN, said: “This exciting display of over 250 artworks is a true celebration of art and visitors will have the unique opportunity to see the diversity of contemporary visual arts in one place.”
The exhibitions are open until August 31 at Droitwich Library.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday will be open from 9:30am to 5:30pm, Tuesday from 9:30am to 6:30pm, Saturday from 9:30am to 3:30pm.
Thursdays and Sundays are closed.