Jamaica St. Studios: Open Studios 2019

Jamaica Street Studios, 39 Jamacica Street, Bristol, BS2 8JP

Friday 14 June 2019 – Sunday 16 June 2019
Friday 7pm - 3am, Saturday 11 - 6pm, Sunday 11am - 5pm

Parties, new commissioned artworks and our signature auction will spring up over three floors of our historic former ‘Carriage Works’ building. With a unique chance to meet over 30 artists, all working in the heart of Stokes Croft, making new work from printing to painting, illustration to sculpture, textiles to graphic design.

Spend the day getting lost behind the scenes at one of Bristol’s most exciting artist studios!


Key Information

Dates: 14 - 16th  June 2019



Launch Night: 14 June, 7-11pm

Come and celebrate with us as we launch this year’s Open Studios, with music, cheap bars and a preview of the work available over this sunny weekend.


Party: 14 June, 10pm - late, at Jamaica St. Stores

Back by popular demand, we are teaming up with our downstairs neighbours Jamaica St. Stores to continue celebrations late into the night. Descend to the buzzing ground floor restaurant for dancing and drinking, featuring special guest DJs.


Open Studios: 15 - 16 June, 11am - 5pm

Grab a rare chance to explore the studios at Jamaica St. Studios! Take a leisurely search through our Grade 2 listed building, meet our artists, discover specially invited work, pick up some unique art.


Fundraising Auction: 16 June, 5pm

Join us for a playful auction of art-works, specially made by our artists. All auctioned pieces contributes to keeping Jamaica St. Studios going! Finish the weekend off by snatching yourself an affordable one-off artwork.


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