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Bath Artists’ Studios is celebrating 25 years this year. Join us and be part of the next 25?

Get ready to party like an artist

Join us for a weekend of colourful celebrations at this year’s Open Studios event on 23-25 September 2022.


Always a highlight of our annual calendar, Open Studios this year will be a special one as we celebrate the 25th anniversary of Bath Artists’ Studios.

The party starts on Friday 23 September with food, drink and live music in our friendly studio space and courtyard just outside central Bath.

Throughout the weekend, visitors are invited to come and meet our diverse community of 54 artists, makers and educators, sculptors, ceramicists, painters, photographers… take part in a weekend workshop, and see an eclectic exhibition of contemporary works by local community-based artists.

Get in touch if you would like to be involved. We always welcome supporters of the arts in Bath.

BAS Open Studios, 23-25 September 2022: paint the dates in your calendar.

Event details

·       23-25 September 2022

·       Open night Friday 23rd, 6pm – 9.30pm

·       Studios open Saturday and Sunday 11am – 5pm

·       Kids workshops, Live music, and DJ

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