St Mary's Church
By Haddenham Webteam - 4th June 2013 8:09am
Bucks Open Studios is the largest visual arts event in the county. In June every year over 500 artists and makers, in over 150 different venues across Buckinghamshire, open their studios and run exhibitions and events for the public to visit.
The Open Studios event includes 575 artists and makers from Buckinghamshire, including painters, glass workers, basket weavers, metal workers, wood turners, jewellery makers, book makers, print makers and silk makers. They will be opening their studios at 199 venues to the public for free and showcasing their talent through demonstrations, exhibitions and workshops.
Ben Boswell, Joint Chair of Bucks Open Studios and Photographer said "We are absolutely thrilled to announce that the event will have more artists and craft makers participating than ever before. In fact, the event has more than doubled in size since 2007 in terms of artists participating and we hope to exceed last year's record of just over 38,000 visits."
Bucks Open Studios starts on Saturday, 8th June and runs until Sunday 23 June.
There are many studios open to the public here in Haddenham. To read the complete list, and the dates on which they will be open to visitors, please download the PDF document located below the images on this page.
Alternatively, all those opening their doors from Saturday 8th June can be found here
A larger number Haddenham studios will be opening to the public from Saturday 15th June — you can find the full list here
A full list of all open studios in Buckinghamshire can be found here
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