Welcome to Bridlington Art Society.  Based in a pleasant seaside town in East Yorkshire, we are an active and friendly group.

Formed in 1949, Bridlington Art Society is run to enable artists and art lovers of all ages to meet and further their interest and enjoyment of art.  We meet at North Bridlington library on the B1255 road to Flamborough.

Our aim is to encourage artists of whatever ability by providing opportunities to further their skills, to exhibit their work, or just to watch and enjoy.  We welcome anyone who has an interest in art.



Chairperson               Richard Burton   Tel 01262 850830


Hon Secretary         Jan Gregory        Tel  07734 602152



Hon Treasurer             Barry Hatfield      Tel 01262 609431



Bridlington Art Society activities include evening demonstrations and practical workshops on a wide range of mediums and topics.For further information see our program page

You can also join a regular Monday Evening workshop, where you can bring your own work and enjoy painting in the company of others. It is an excellent chance to make new friends and exchange ideas. (It is a none teaching group.) To join please phone Barry 01262 609431

There is the chance to exhibit your work at Several gallery exhibitions are held throughout the year.  We also hold Open Air exhibitions every Sunday throughout the summer on North Marine Drive.  For further information see our exhibition page.  


We welcome new members, be they practicing or non-participating art lovers.  Membership runs from May each year when subscriptions become payable.

However, for those joining after November only half fee would be required for the remainder of that year.

Benefits to members include free attendance to the evening meetings, and the eligibility to exhibit with Bridlington Art Society.


Membership is currently £25 single and £35 for a couple(at May 2016).

Visitors may attend meetings at a cost of £5 per meeting which is refundable if you join the society.

You can become a member at any of the meetings.


diclaimer: Bridlington Art Society makes every reasonable effort to ensure that the information published on this website is accurate. The society cannot accept any liability for the accuracy or content of this site.  If you find any inaccurate information please contact us via the contact form, thank you.