12th-20th October 2019
All studios and exhibitions are open weekends 10am-5pm.
NB. Doris Ruhr and Kevin Brown have reduced hours, please see their entries for details.
To see who is taking part in Open studios please look at the artists page of the website and collect your brochure to plan your visits.
19 Oct: Tutored life drawing
In conjunction with Suki the Life Model‘s multi-media exhibition (6 Commercial St, Settle) a life-drawing event with 'Suki', tutored by Sam Dalby RP, will take place on Saturday 19th October at the Settle Stories premises from 4-6pm and 7-9pm.
100 % of proceeds will go via the network 'Artists Unite to End FGM‘ (Female Genital Mutilation) to the charity FORWARD: Foundation for Women‘s Health Research and Development, which is committed to gender equality and safeguarding the rights of African girls and women.
Refreshments and some materials and easels provided, participants also welcome to bring their own.
£30 per session or £50 for both sessions.
Please note as this is for charity it is non-refundable in the event of cancellation.
12-20th October: Residency
Throughout the week Horton Old School will be open 10am-5pm for the exhibition of artists' work, including the suite of prints by Wiliam Tillyer and the residency by Manchester School of Art Fine Art students who will be working in response to the local environment.
Call in and see them and ask them about their work and ideas, then come and see their final exhibition on the Saturday evening.
Monoprinting from Nature
Horton Old School
Friday 18th Oct, 10-12pm £15 with Hester Cox
Join local printmaker Hester Cox on a workshop where you will learn the basics of monoprinting from nature using leaves, feathers and other found objects. Hester will show you how to combine these with stencils to create colourful and textured prints that reflect the wonderful natural history of the Yorkshire Dales.
Don't forget to book the tutored life drawing classes in the box above too!
with grateful thanks for support and sponsorship from