The 16th annual Peterborough Artists’ Open Studios kicks off with a preview evening for exhibiting PAOS artists and their guests on 23rd June 2016 at the City Gallery, Peterborough Museum, Priestgate, Peterborough.
With the support of Vivacity, this year for the first time, all members of the PAOS group have been offered the three rooms, display cabinets and walls to show their work in a dedicated show. All full members are eligable and automatically able to have work displayed. This is a great chance to share your art together please download the guidelines for details how to get involved.
Please download your application form and print it out then post it to: Mahemuda Arsalani, 93 Drayton, Bretton, PE3 9XN
Or email the completed form as a word document to: Brochure@paos.org.uk
This year we have 56 artists showing in 27 locations in and around Peterborough, and it is hoped the majority of these artists work will also be showing at the City Gallery. This will include members who are joining us for the first time this year.
Come along and enjoy the diversity of talent among our established and new members. You will have the opportunity to see many art forms including: textiles, jewellery, ceramics, mosaics, digital art, printing, painting and much more…
For members of the public, we’re also offering the chance to win £100 worth of vouchers to spend on an artist(s) of their choice! If you would like to enter, just share a photo of a piece of art or yourself with some art, from your visit to the gallery on to social media with #winpaos2016 to enter the free prize draw.
To find out more information about the other Open Studio venues, pick up one of our brochures or visit our website www.paos.org.uk
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