North Somerset Arts Week 2019

Image Credit: North Somerset Arts

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www.northsomersetarts.org

Friday 03 May 2019 – Sunday 12 May 2019
Opening Hours: Various - see brochure
Booking not required

North Somerset Arts Week 2019 is the 9th biennial event, and includes over 40 venues and 200 artists within the North Somerset region.

This 10 day arts trail offers a fantastic opportunity to explore the abundance of creative talent in our region - experience a huge variety of contemporary and traditional art, performance pieces and applied arts and crafts. From photography and watercolours, to ceramics and sculpture, there will be something for everyone to enjoy.

North Somerset Arts is a local charity, whose aim is to celebrate creativity and advocate the cultural value and positive impact it has on the communities in our region. They invite you to explore North Somerset, visit areas and artists you've never seen before, connect and have conversations, and most of all be inspired!

Pick up your copy of the Arts Week brochure from local shops and libraries, or download it from the North Somerset Arts website: www.northsomersetarts.org. 

Download the Arts Week 2019 app from your app store from mid-April! Featuring an interactive map, visitor information and profiles for all participating artists and venues.

Venue opening days and times vary. Please check the brochure or app for details.

Arts Week 2019 is kindly supported by Sustainable Kitchens and University Centre Weston.

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