It's a hands-on event plus the chance to land art supplies on the cheap at the Chelmsford Art Society's Cash and Carry Art Supply Sale.
The free event, open to all, takes place Wednesday, April 24, at 7 p.m., at Chelmsford Center for the Arts, 1A North Road.
Besides the sale, Roberta Witts will present a picture-framing demonstration for artists, sharing framing tricks and answering questions.
She has owned Picture Yourself Gallery and Custom Framing in Chelmsford's Central Square for more than 40 years.
Members are invited to sign up for tables and display and sell their surplus art supplies. Call Witts at 978-256-0140.
Members with tables are urged to have cash to make change for their sales of overstocked art supplies.
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