This year we will be hosting two Open Studios events when you can explore the areas artist’s spaces, studios and workshops at your leisure.
Some of the artists may require you to book an appointment before you visit, but most you can just turn up.
An exhibition of work by Open Studios artists at Hebden Bridge Town Hall. Open daily 8.30am - 4pm except Sundays, with cafe and riverside terrace.
If you can’t wait for the Open Studios weekend visit Hebden Bridge Town Hall between the 28th June - 10th July. Our exhibition includes work by internationally exhibited wildlife sculptor John Noble-Milner (aka Geckoman), painter Julia Ogden from BBC’s ‘Home Is Where The Art Is’, Kate Lycett, Roo Waterhouse, over 30 acclaimed local artists in all.
See which studios are open here.
Opening 11am - 5pm but do check the listings. For a few of the artists you need an appointment.
Covid restrictions will still be in place similar to the measures in your local shops.
Brochures and maps are available when you visit any of the artists, to pick up beforehand at various venues in the area or to order for the just price of the stamp here.
This is a little A6 directory of artists and makers, showing everyone who is taking part so if you are planning to visit from out of town you can peruse the brochure and plan your route.
It comes with a fold out map so you can visit everyone around town.
Pick them up from Hebden Bridge Town Hall, Hebden Bridge Post Office, Spirals, Hope Gallery, Heart Gallery, Drink?, Gina B Glass, The Willow Garden and Kate Rhodes at Hebble End. In Todmorden from the Information Centre, Legacy Arts and Wonderfully Made.