Get ready for the Bury Festival of Art 2024

Local artists will be taking over venues across the borough for a two-day Festival of Art on 6 and 7 July.

And it’s not just about artists showcasing their work – it’s about residents across Bury getting involved.

A packed schedule of free workshops led by practising artists means you can try your hand at painting, pottery, textiles and more – no experience required!

With more than 20 participating studios and venues, 50 local artists and 10 workshops, there really is something for everyone.

Whether you’re an aspiring artist wanting to try new skills, or you simply want to experience art in a fresh new way, Bury Festival of Art is for you. Save the dates in your diary and start planning your festival experience today!

For all the details, go to Bury Festival of Art 2024 – Bury Art Museum

Councillor Charlotte Morris, cabinet member for culture, the economy and skills, said: “When it comes to culture and creativity, we have lots to shout about in Bury, and is something we are investing considerably in, as an intrinsic part of our town centre regeneration proposals.

“This will be fabulous two-day festival, celebrating the many groups and individuals who work in culture and heritage, and giving residents across the borough the chance to get involved and nurture their own unique artistic talents.”

Picture: The Pianist (image courtesy of Suthamma Ta Byrne).

Note to editors:

Bury Festival of Art is made possible by Bury Art Museum, Bury Council, and funding provided by the UKSPF (UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund) to invest in local communities to unlock extra opportunities for people to get involved in arts, culture and local heritage in Bury.

Press release issued: 23 May 2024.

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