December 2021

Registration opens for 2022 membership and Summer Art Weeks entry

January 2022

31 January: DEADLINE for registering for Summer Art Weeks 2022

February 2022

14 February: DEADLINE to book advertising space and trail maps in the printed brochure

28 February: DEADLINE for advertising and trail map copy

Marketing Workshop – event for all members but particularly focussed on new talent wanting to know more about how to organise and promote their event.

March 2022

Early March: 2022 Summer Art Weeks content and completed artists’ profiles go live on website

18 March: DEADLINE to complete individual profile pages associated with membership, so images can be included in promotional theme videos. Artists who have not completed their profile by this deadline will not be included in the theme videos.

Venue signage orders

April 2022

Summer Art Weeks brochures available for distribution

June/July 2022

18 June – 3 July: Summer Art Weeks


You don’t have to do all these steps in one go, but you do have to sign up as a member before you can register for Summer Art Weeks. Please take your time to enter your details correctly, as we cannot guarantee that any errors will be picked up and corrected.

STEP 1: Become a member for 2022

Individual membership


Membership for an individual artist
Organisation membership


Membership for an organisation - business, charity, gallery, school, etc...

STEP 2: Enter Summer Art Weeks 2022 - SIGN UP IS NOW CLOSED

Your next steps after registration...

STEP 3. Create your artists profile

This is separate to your Summer Art Weeks entry and is a benefit of your membership. On your own individual profile page, you can load 12 images of work, videos, detailed information, and links to your own social media / websites. This can be edited and kept up to date throughout the year.
To do this click the My Account link and click the create profile button (or edit profile if you have already completed this stage for 2022).

STEP 4: Complete your listings for workshops and/or events (new for 2022)

These are both benefits of membership and can be updated throughout the year to ensure those visiting our website know about your activities beyond just WOS.
To enter the information, click the My Account link and use the buttons to add a workshop or event.

STEP 5: Read our communications

Throughout the year we send you lots of useful information and details about ways in which you can get increased profile (eg sending us video clips). Please do take the time to read the communications we send out.


To complete a Summer Art Weeks entry, you must agree to our Terms & Conditions before submitting your form.


You must ensure that you have suitable Public Liability insurance in place. Warwickshire Open Studios does not provide blanket insurance cover for home / private activities as part of our own organisation insurance taken out with SAA. This is because it does not ‘organise and control’ those home / private exhibitions. Both the SAA and A-N provide annual cover as part of their membership.


You must ensure that your venue complies with Health and Safety Legislation. We advise you to carry out a written health and safety risk assessment. This is not as daunting as it may sound – it's a common-sense review of all aspects of your premises, including any demonstrations you may give, identifying any potential hazards.

General Risk Assessment Template

Covid Risk Assessment Template

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New participants will need to create an account on the website. If you already have an account on the site, please sign in before continuing.