Newsletters

Member newsletters are produced four times per year.  They will be published here as they become available.

2017 November December
The Festive Season is almost upon us again, bringing with it happy gatherings with family and friends, and the usual activity attached to preparations for a variety of celebrations. The Committee and I wish our Members and their families a Merry Christmas and a Safe and Happy 2018. Read more…

2017 August September October
The 2017 Annual General Meeting was held in the lovely village of Evandale, at ‘Gill and Greg’s Place’ on Saturday, 16th September. The day was mild and sunny, such a welcome change from the freezing conditions encountered on our previous visit in June.  Read more…

2017 April May June July
As always, there has been considerable activity within the Society since the last Newsletter. Many will, I am sure, be using these “indoor days” of heavy frosts and freezing conditions to produce beautiful miniatures.  Read more…

2017 January February March
What a wonderful venue for our Annual Awards Exhibition and how very fortunate that the Australian Society of Miniature Art Tasmania was again invited to participate in the Clarence Arts Programme, 2017.  Read more…

2016 October November December
Another year is rapidly coming to an end with the Festive Season just around the corner. Popular comment seems to confirm that many of us have been endeavouring to ignore the appearance of fast multiplying Christmas decorations lining shelves in stores since August – deemed almost as out of place as hot cross buns in January!  Read more…

2016 July August September
At the time of writing, winter weather is still well and truly with us. The first 3 months of winter we are told, have been the wettest for many years and in some areas since 1929 or since records have been kept. Add to that, the strong winds and quite heavy falls of snow, not enjoyed by us all, and it is no wonder tedium has set in and it’s not finished yet! Read more…

2016 April May June
It seems but a short while since Tasmanians were concerned by the drought and diminishing levels of our water catchments. We feared possible power cuts. The massive turnaround has created unbelievable trauma and flood damage, absolutely unprecedented in decades. It is sincerely hoped that none of our members or their families have suffered loss or been adversely affected by this deluge, either here in Tasmania, or down the east coast of northern States. Our hearts go out to those affected as they endeavour to gather their lives together again.  Read more...

2016 January February March
The ASMA Tas new year began in fine style with the opening of the Annual Awards Exhibition at the Burnie Regional Art Gallery on Friday, 29th February, along with two other excellent exhibitions. The Miniature Exhibition presentation afternoon on Sunday, 31st January was also very well attended by members and friends from across the State.  Read more…