Although online only this year, Open Studios North Fife continues with a long weekend of online displays of art, design and craft from this beautiful part of Scotland.
Continually updated calendar of open studio events near you and online in Scotland, the UK and beyond.
Argyll’s Cowal Open Studios Weekend event will showcase the work of the professional artists and craftspeople who work on the Cowal peninsula in Argyll on Scotland’s west coast.
Established in 2004 and one of the largest open studio events in the UK, NEOS North-East Open Studios will proceed this year, with Covid measures in place, and over 180 artists and spaces participating. 12 – 20 Sep.
Established in 2004 and one of the largest open studio events in the UK, NEOS North-East Open Studios initiative has been awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service – the voluntary sector’s equivalent of Membership of the British Empire.
Autumn brings the close of open studios season, when artists and makers welcome the public into their work spaces to see behind the scenes, talk to them about their work and buy or commission an original piece.
A weekend promising an enormous range of exhibitions, events, workshops and music, hosted in homes, businesses and community spaces centred around Edinburgh’s Abbeyhill Colonies.
An annual landmark event for arts and crafts in north east Scotland, NEOS 2019 boasts almost 320 participants this year, making it one of the largest open studio events in the UK.
With the stunning scenery of Perthshire and Kinross-shire as its backdrop, this annual 9-day event features over 200 artists, and 141 venues to explore.
The beautiful Cowal peninsula in magnificent Argyll is the setting for a four-day annual opening of artists’ studios, with workshops, demonstrations and a wide range of first-class work in paint, glass, ceramics, textiles, wood and more.
Combining the ancient technique of wheel engraving with the cutting edge technology of LED lighting, Alison Kinnaird MBE’s exhibition and open studio at Temple, Midlothian, showcases glasswork ranging from small intimate pieces to larger architectural projects.
Leith’s Coburg House Studios is opening its doors this weekend giving an opportunity to see the work of over eighty artists working in an enormous variety of disciplines.
In the Scottish Borders, you can see textiles by Pauline Burbidge, drawing and sculpture by Charles Paulsen and animated film by guest artist David Martin at Allanbank Mill Steading.
Hop on a ferry and head for Arran Open Studios, when artist and makers welcome visitors to “Scotland in miniature”.
An opportunity to visit talented, creative artists in their studios around the beautiful and inspiring Isle of Bute, featuring twenty-six artists in fifteen venues.
Biggar Little Festival is a family-friendly festival in the historic market town of Biggar. Join in to celebrate music, dance, arts and crafts, literature, and drama. It will be filled with an eclectic programme of workshops, exhibitions, children’s events, performances, a craft and food fair, and festival clubs.
Home to over 60 artists and makers in the biggest complex of artists’ studios in the capital, Open Doors @ St Margaret’s House offers an insight into the wealth of talent under one roof.
A great excuse to tour the beautiful Borders countryside, the Biggar Little Festival Open Studios Trail features 18 local artists and craft-makers, both regular and new exhibitors.
Visit local artists and support local talent in the Perthshire and Kinross-Shire area.
Art Walk Projects produces and curates projects working with local communities and public spaces. This year the site specific programme is focused around ‘EdgeLands’, of those places by the edge of the land, and the edge of the city.
For the 25th time, over 80 artists at Coburg House will be opening their doors to give an opportunity to see behind the scenes.
Coburg House Open Studios showcases work by over 70 artists and makers who call the former granary home.
Organised by the newly formed East Coast Arts, the first ever East Lothian Open Studios showcases artists and makers from Musselburgh to North Berwick.
Quiltmaker Pauline Burbridge and artist/sculptor Charlie Poulson host their Allanbank Mill Steading Open Studio with invited artist, Nortumberland-based sculptor Colin Rose.
Book your ferry and head for Arran Open Studios, which this year sees 39 participants welcome visitors to “Scotland in miniature”.