Visit Open House 2014

From old clock factories, working studios, garden sheds and front rooms – 200 artists across Wandsworth throw open their doors annually to the public.

The open house format allows people to meet artists, learn more about the creative process, take part in creative workshops and other activities and buy work.

There is a heady mix of creative talent on display. From painters to potters, jewellery makers to textile artists – the Open House is a lively and enriching experience for exhibitors and visitors alike.

Open House dates: 4 – 5 and 11 – 12 October 2014

7 Responses to Visit Open House 2014

  1. Sue Dray says:

    I would like to be involved in the open house in Wandsworth project and come to the Pump House May 25th. I am an illustrator/artist of 31 years. My current website is under construction but gives you an idea of my work. I have lived in Battersea Park for 25 years.

    i look forward to hearing from you.

    Regards

    Sue Dray

    • Great to hear from you. We’d love to have you on board.

      I think your work will go down extremely well and it is fantastic to have someone else from North Battersea – we are building up a nice cluster of artists in this area.

      If you have any images you could send me, I’d love to add them to the website. In the mean time, I’ll add you to my list of contacts and look forward to seeing you at the Pump House.

      Thanks.

  2. Otee says:

    Dear artists, where can I see the program for the Wandsworth Artists’ Open House 2011?

  3. shelley says:

    I cannot seem to download the program, the link does not work.

    Could you send it to me please.

  4. Truly enjoyed the 1st week-end and all the lovely visitors

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