See where art is made, displayed and meet the artist | current events in date order
Open Studios North Fife
2 May to 3 May
artists, makers and designers welcome you to visit them in their work spaces in the north of Fife over the first weekend in May
BS9 Arts Open Studios
9 May to 10 May
Meet artists at venues in Stoke Bishop, Westbury-on-Trym & Henleaze
11am - 5pm
Wylye Valley Art Trail
23 May to 31 May
a nine day festival of visual art and craft in and around the Wylye Valley, South Wiltshire. A unique opportunity to see the wide range of art being carried out in this area. Visit open studios, exhibitions and galleries. Meet and talk to artists and craftspeople.
Norfolk & Norwich Open Studios
23 May to 7 Jun
272 artist venues involving over 550 artists, will be open across Norfolk. Art Trails, demonstrations and events have also been organised by artists for visitors. See the website for full details and to download a brochure containing all artist venues.
Rutland Open Studios
30 May to 31 May, 6 Jun to 7 Jun, 13 Jun to 14 Jun, 20 Jun to 21 Jun, 27 Jun to 28 Jun
Art in the Making - an action packed weekend of art and craft 30 & 31 May followed an invitation to visit their studios and workshops throughout weekends in June.
Bucks Open Studios
6 Jun to 21 Jun
In June every year over 500 artists and makers from the county including painters, glass workers, basket weavers, metal workers, wood turners, jewellery makers, book makers, print makers and silk makers will be opening their studios to everyone for free and showcasing their talent through demonstrations, exhibitions and workshops with opportunities to buy as well.
Forth Valley Open Studios
6 Jun to 14 Jun
Welcome to Forth Valley Open Studios
Artists across Central Scotland open their doors to you
Art House Leicester
13 Jun to 15 Jun
Art House Annual Exhibition.Open House Art Exhibition and Trail in the Clarendon Park & Stoneygate areas of Leicester ~
Cotswolds Open Studios
27 Jun to 28 Jun
Talented craftspeople and artists in the Cirencester, Fairford and Tetbury area throw open their doors to the visitors