Registrations Now Open for Somerset Open Studios 2018
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Somerset Open Studios: 15- 30 September 2018
Registrations for Somerset Open Studios 2018 are now open. Somerset Art Works members working in any discipline can apply to be part of this bi-annual event.
Somerset Open Studios draws Art Weeks back to its roots, focussing on artists in their working environment. Between 15- 30 September, artists demonstrate how they make their work; their process, practice and inspiration. The event allows a rare opportunity to see inside artists’ studios, temporary working spaces and other locations to find out what goes on behind the scenes. Open Studios visitors can find out first hand about the creative process through demonstrations, workshops, talks and visits to educate, inspire and delight. Art appreciators of all ages are welcome at Family Friendly venues and a final Family Friendly weekend, with workshops and activities for all. Now the largest visual art and design event in Somerset, Open Studios showcases established names as well as introducing new and emerging artists.
To register your venue and for more information pleae call the Somerset Art Works office between 9am- 4.30pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website.
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