Bath Artists' Studios' Big Annual Open Studios 2015

Comfortable Place (off Upper Bristol Road), Bath, BA1 3AJ

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Friday 25 September 2015 – Sunday 27 September 2015
Opening Hours: 26+27 11am-5pm

Opening Party Friday 25th Sept 6 - 9.30pm

Pop Up Docs Presents ‘Marwencol’ –  Sat 26th 7pm

‘Magia Spektakl’ – Sat 26th 2pm & 3pm. Fantastic puppet show from Josh Elwell & Karolina Czyz.

Children’s Activities Sat & Sun from Funky Art House

 

The time is upon us for Bath’s largest provider of artist’s studios to celebrate the work of over 50 artists.

The opening party will feature live music from ‘Gibbs, Petherick & Scott’ & ‘The Wind up Merchant’ Spinning his wheels of shellac alongside a bar and BBQ.

The central exhibition will explore the theme ‘Blue’, which for the first year has welcomed in partner organisations Bath Spa School of Art & Design & Creativity Works. This will be looking beyond the literal & explore the word in its many forms. From a clear sky to the expression of the darkest of moods.

Pop Up Docs will also be presenting the acclaimed doc  ‘Marwencol’ on Sat night. http://tinyurl.com/ov97daj

Sat & Sun will see children’s activities provided by Funky Art House & have been lucky to entice a performance from Bath based puppet show ‘Magia Spektakl’ on Sat at 2pm & 3.30pm.  http://tinyurl.com/nhj2rwp

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