Somerset Open Studios 2018

Somerset

01458 253800
artweeks@somersetartworks.org.uk
www.somersetartworks.org.uk/openstudios2018/

Saturday 15 September 2018 – Sunday 30 September 2018
Every day for two weeks
Opening Hours: 10-6pm
Admission Fee: Free
No need to book

Somerset Open Studios 2018 draws Art Weeks back to its roots, focusing on artists in their working environment. Featuring over 300 artists in nearly 200 venues, visitors will be able to see how artists make their work; their process, practice and inspiration. The event aims to support artists who want to work professionally and are looking to promote their creative businesses across a range of disciplines; Books, Ceramics, Drawing, Film, Furniture, Glass, Jewellery, Metalwork, Mixed Media, Painting, Prints, Photography, Pottery, Printmaking, Sculpture, Textiles and Wood.

Now the largest event in Somerset for visual artists and makers, Open Studios showcases established names as well as introducing new and emerging artists. Venues welcome visitors of all ages, allowing a rare opportunity to see inside artists’ studios and temporary working spaces and find out first hand about the creative process, along with demonstrations, workshops, talks and visits to educate, inspire and delight.

For more details visit somersetartworks.org.uk/openstudios2018/ 

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