COUNTY’S SECOND ARTS TRAIL CELEBRATES
More than 74 artists across 48 venues have signed up for this year’s Worcestershire Arts Trail. The event coincides with the Bank Holiday weekend celebrations for the Queen’s Jubilee and runs from 1st to 4th June 2012.
It is only the second event of it’s kind organised in Worcestershire. The aim is to give people the chance to see how a work of art is created. Studios, workshops and even artist’s homes normally off-limits to the public will be allowing FREE access to everyone across all four days.
Commenting on the Worcestershire Art Trail, organiser Sarah Jones said:
“Few people living in the county realise what a wealth of talent is to be found right on their doorstep. People talk about shopping locally when it comes to food and drink but this ethos should extend through everything. How wonderful to have furniture made from Worcestershire wood by a local craftsmen’. The Arts Trail will also debunk some of the myths there are, such as art being expensive or out-of-reach for most people.”
To find out more about what’s on offer on this year’s trail, visit www.worcsartstrail.org
For further information contact Sara Stewart at Mad As A March Hare on 01684 575207 or 07833 467774