Derbyshire Open Arts: Requests for Venues and Artists
Derbyshire Open Arts are here to help you advertise your arts venue to potential new artists!
Do you have the best venue to exhibit your work?
Are you a venue with space for more artists?
Derbyshire Open Arts can help advertise your requests! Simply fill in the application form and find your perfect venue.
Applications close on Wednesday 12th January 2022.
New artists appeals this week
Philippa Hicks would like space to exhibit in either New Mills or Glossop. She creates colourful paintings of landscapes, local landmarks and wildlife and she has started to work on 3D sculpture.
Contact her on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Philip and Helen Cunliffe are looking for a venue in Glossop. They do mixed media landscapes of Derbyshire, Cornwall and North Wales. Stoneware and porcelain hand-built decorative ceramics often organic or landscape inspired and functional garden pots.
Contact them on: email@example.com
Here are more appeals for venues for the 2022 Event
Helen Jacobs has space in Peak Potters Chapel Road, Whaley Bridge. The space is suitable for sculpture, garden furniture, ceramics, jewellery, textiles and 2D work provided they bring their own boards/stands.
Paul Burton, Aquaceramics, is accepting applications for Tansley Village Hall, Church St., Tansley. DE4 5FH. The venue has space for 12 artists. Artists must have personal insurance.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 07875535896
Rich Fearn is the Community Development and Business Manager at the Doe Lea Centre, Doe Lea, S44 5PD.
Space at the Centre can be booked with him on: 01246 690077 or RichFearn@doelea.org.uk
Lesley and Terry Nason offer space in Sudbury Courtyard - DE6 5EB. Within the courtyard they have a cafe and six other retail businesses. There are 8 outdoor spaces on offer and each artist must have their own gazebo, tables and chairs.
Contact: 07703656460 or email email@example.com