You are invited to our Open Studios Weekend (9-10 June 2018)

Thames-Side Studios Open Studios Weekend takes place on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 June 2018, 12-6pm, with a Studio Holders Party on the Saturday from 6pm onwards in The Arts Cafe.

Thames-Side Studios is the largest single-site studio provider in the UK. With nearly 500 studios we are home to an impressive array of artists, makers and designers, and this is a unique opportunity to meet them, talk about what they do, and to buy directly from their studios.

Painting and drawing, fashion design, carpentry, jewellery, millinery, photography, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture and installation, tailoring, leather work, picture framing, stained glass making, writing, upholstery, illustration, shoe making, textiles, conservation and restoration, lutherie, graphic design, furniture making, film and video, skin care, architecture, wood working, laser cutting, clock making, product design, book binding, and much more.

Deatils on workshops, children’s activities, circus arts, demonstrations and exhibitions this weekend to follow shortly.

Download the flyer: Open Studios 9-10 June 2018 Flyer.pdf Download the map and workshops and events flyer: Thames-Side Studios Open Studios Weekend 9-10 June 2018.pdf

For press enquiries email info@thames-sidestudios.co.uk or call 020 8301 8844.

Images: Anna Bruder children's workshops in the Education Space (Saturday 9 June); jewellery maker Yvonne Allen (2-39); screenprinting in the Thames-Side Print Studio; Jane Cairns (4-37), photo Jo Underhill; Riverside Café on Harrington Way; The Arts Café; textile and surface pattern design with KathKath Studio (TW-24); Cordelia Stewart's (TB-136) family jewellery workshops in the Education Space (Sunday 10 June); London Sculpture Workshop; relief printing in Thames-Side Print Studio; Stephen Stockbridge and Creative Nature HQ (TW-08); jewellery by Nettie Birch (0-13); curators' talk on Saturday 9 June to accompany New Relics curated by Tim Ellis and Kate Terry, Thames-Side Studios Gallery; clock restoration by Russell Ackermann-Callow (4-32).