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Lady Bay Arts Festival

From: 20th May 2017 11:00 am

To: 21st May 2017 5:00 pm

Lady Bay Arts Festival

Lady Bay, West Bridgford, United Kingdom

Lady Bay's annual visual arts festival featuring work of all kinds, shown in a variety of settings.

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Lady Bay’s annual visual arts event will be taking place on 20th -21st May.  This year’s festival programme features over 80 fantastic contemporary artists and makers exhibiting in homes, studios and gardens –  in 32 venues opening throughout Lady Bay!

New for 2017: Spoke & Co Cafe: Frank Abbot, Pete Ellis and Juliet Goodden. Also open for the first time and hosting artists will be Holme Lodge, Poppy & Pint and a number of new artists’ studios. All Hallows Church and halls hosts several artists who will be transforming the church space and the halls – the theme this year is FABRICATION.  Elsewhere there will be a number of starting points with creative hubs set out along the arts trail where visitors can purchase their brochures and begin exploring. The weekend promises a rare opportunity to experience a diverse range of art, to meet the artists and to buy art. Enjoy free workshops and demonstrations from artists with something for everyone wishing to discover more about art and creating. Look out for special artist led activities for children and families at Lady Bay Primary School and across the arts trail.

Admission: £3 adults & U16 free (all weekend admission and full colour brochure & map). Start the arts trail at Poppy & Pint, Lady Bay Primary School, 131 Holme Road and All Hallows Church.

Website

www.ladybayarts.org.uk

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