Open Studios Hebrides
CURRENT MEMBER EXHIBITIONS 2023
WINTER LIGHT exhibition is taking place from 7th November 2023 until February 2024 at Talla na Mara Gallery, Niseabost, Isle of Harris
The gallery will be open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout the winter months
Open Studios Hebrides 2023 took place this year with
21 venues to visit around the Isle of Lewis
Open Studios Hebrides 2024
will be bigger and will include many
artists in Harris as well as Lewis
We are already planning events and welcoming new members for 2024.
'LEAVE ONLY FOOTPRINTS'
8th July - 11th August
STORNOWAY ART WALK
17th July - 5th August 2023
FREE ART FRIDAY
21st July 2023
OPEN STUDIOS HEBRIDES
27th, 28th and 29th July 2023
3rd, 4th and 5th August 2023
OSH ARTISAN MARKET
Saturday 30th September
Talla na Mara
Isle of Harris
7th November 2023
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Our aim is to showcase the work of both established and emerging artists and makers, promoting them and their place in the community
ABOUT OPEN STUDIO HEBRIDES
Open Studios Hebrides started in the Summer of 2021. It is a unique opportunity for people to follow the Art Trails, explore the beautiful Isle of Lewis, see our stunning island environment and discover the range of art produced by our skilled artists and makers.
The visitors have been very enthusiastic about the Open Studios held in 2021, 2022 and 2023, and we plan to develop and expand the events for 2024 to include Harris.
In addition to the summer event, we organise member exhibitions around the islands during the year.
WHAT IS AN OPEN STUDIO EVENT?
Open Studios are an established feature of many places in the UK. Scotland boasts some very successful events.
Artists and makers open their studios or workplaces over a set period of time and welcome the public to come and meet them, view their work and find out a little more about the wealth and variety of creativity produced locally.
Following the OSH art trail is a great way to seek out unique gifts and artwork with a flavour of the Hebrides and meet the artists and makers in their own settings.