South East Artists (SEAS)
Festive Arts & Crafts Fair
Ringwould Village Hall, Ringwould and at 25 The Strand, Walmer, Kent
Saturday November 26th and Sunday November 27th
10am until 4pm
Free Entry and refreshments available.
For further information please contact 01304 363237
South East Artists (SEAS) Open Studios 2011 takes place over three consecutive weekends across the Deal area in Kent.
In this sixth year of open studios, artists are expanding as a group and exploring creativity beyond the confines of the studio, into their gardens, the streets, the beach and shop windows.
You can download from here the accompanying guide book detailing the artists opening their doors and welcoming the public, in a convenient pdf format to browse on screen. The actual hard-copy open studios brochures are currently being printed and should be available in a couple of weeks time from the artists, local libraries, tourist information centres and a variety of outlets throughout Deal and beyond.
Download the SEAS Open Studios 2011 guide book by clicking here
Open Studios is being run concurrently with the Deal Music Festival during which artists are invited to welcome the public to view their work over three weekends starting on Saturday 25th June.
Participating SEAS artists will be opening their studios on:
Sat, Sun 25th, 26th June
Sat, Sun 2nd,3rd July and
Sat, Sun 9th, 10th July
A full visitor guide to SEAS Open Studios will be available both as download and hard-copy later in 2011
Open Studios takes place over two consecutive weekends on November 27/28th and December 4/5th. Artists and craftmakers from, Deal, Walmer, Eastry, Hacklinge, and Dover welcome visitors into their studios to meet them, view their work and chat about art. Most items will be for sale and commissions can be negotiated.
Artists opening their studios for this pre-Christmas event include: Jim Robertshaw, Elisabeth Sefton, Peter Hayes-Watkins, The Burning Bush Gallery, Marilyn Williams, David White, Amanda Thompson, Sue Manton, Clare Wakefield, Susan Sullivan, Adrian Sullivan and Mike Tedder.
The artists who organise Open Studios all operate in an unpaid and voluntary capacity. The guide brochure to accompany the event, listing the artists taking part, with directions and artist contact details, will be available from many local outlets and can be downloaded from our website.