Jamaica Street Artists Christmas Party

Image Credit: Richard Broomhall

39 Jamaica Street, Bristol, BS2 9YN

0117 9345667
studio@jamaicastreetartists.co.uk
www.jamaicastreetartists.co.uk

Thursday 03 December 2015 – Sunday 06 December 2015
Opening Hours: 3 Dec: 5-9pm, 6 Dec: 1-5pm

Visit Jamaica Street Artists this December for our Christmas Party, and soak up the creative festive spirit in the beautiful setting of an artists’ studios.

There will be lots to enjoy, including mulled wine and mince pies, and we’ll have carol singers too. You’ll have the opportunity to see our studios, meet our artists and talk about their work. For regular visitors to our Summer Open Studios, this is a chance to see the studios as a working space rather than a gallery.

We will have lots of artwork for sale too. From big to small, paintings and prints to gifts and cards, there will be something for all budgets and tastes. Give art for Christmas! Give local art for Christmas! It doesn’t get much more local than this.

Thursday evening will be a chance to pop in to the Studios after work. Bring your colleagues along for a drink and a nose around. Come for the art and stay for the party.

Sunday afternoon is a relaxed affair. Take your time to explore the studios and find those fantastic Christmas presents.

There’s also the chance to win an artwork in our special Christmas raffle. Win a masterpiece to keep for yourself, or give away as a gift. A selection of our artists have contributed a piece of work to the raffle, and prints have been generously donated by Niche in Stokes Croft.

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