Warwickshire Open Studios is a not-for-profit organisation run by volunteers for the benefit of artists and designer makers living or working in/around Warwickshire or Coventry. During 2019 we are planning to hold the Secret Studio Sale on Saturday 26th January and the Warwickshire Open Studios event from 15th to 30th June. To partake in any of these events you must be a member of Warwickshire Open Studios at a cost of £25.
Warwickshire Open Studios membership lasts for one calendar year. Additional benefits include an online Gallery page on this website, which you can continue to update throughout the year with new information and images, along with the prestige of being a member of one of the largest Open Studios events in the country and the opportunity to network with like-minded artists. Membership will reopen on 1st December 2018.
Creating your website account
You can manage your account directly through the website. You will need to create a user name and a password, which will then allow you to update information on your Gallery or Event pages. If you have forgotten your password, there is a password reset function.
Summer Open Studios
The Summer Open Studios is our main event, during which artists and designer makers open their studio doors or hold pop-up exhibitions across the area. Participants must be over 18 years old; for formal educational establishments and minors groups, the leader must be aged 18 years or over.
The dates for the 2019 Summer Open Studios are Saturday 15th June to Sunday 30th June. Registration will open on 1st December 2018 and close on 31st January 2019.
To find out more about our Lonely HeARTS initiative where we facilitate the coming together of artists and venues, click here.
Secret Studio Sale
This popular event is an opportunity for artists to have a clear out of their workshops and studios and sell off those pieces of work that have been lying around for a while at a discounted price. Or you may have some materials that seemed a must-have at the time but haven't been touched since, so why not get a little bit of money back?