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MS Art Fair

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I have two CD sized pictures that I like very much which I bought afew years ago from the MS Art Fair one November past.  


Is there one this year?

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Ah, the MS Trust's "Secret Art Show"... I too bought artwork from it, during the last 4 or 5 years they held it, and I have a small collection of various CD-sized "masterpieces". I used to love it! Very sadly, they seem to have stopped it; the last one was in April 2016 :cry:


The MS Trust still have a link to it, but no doubt it'll disappear at some point as it's well out of date now:



Please bear with us We have been running the Secret Art Shows online for a few years and they're always a very busy and fun-filled few weeks. The first year it was so popular that our...


I so wish they'd bring it back!


(belated DX in June '05, SPMS)

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