Hertford Art Trail 2017


Hertford Art Trail 2017

 

7th April – 7th May 2017, various venues

hertford-art-fest-logo2017placeholderHertford Town Council has announced details of Hertford Arts Festival 2017.  The festival runs from Friday 7th April to Sunday 7th May with the opportunity for local artists and businesses to sign up to take part in the festival’s annual Hertford Art Trail.

Last year, 18 talented artists showcased their work during the Trail, with each one allocated a prime town centre location to exhibit and sell work for a month.

This year’s pop up venues located around Hertford town centre will include retailers, bars and cafes, beauty salons and gift shops.

Image of launch event of Hertford Arts Trail

The Art Trail will launch on Friday 7th April at Hertford Castle where artists will preview one work from their month-long pop up art exhibition. The Trail runs from Saturday 8th April – Sunday 7th May with free entry at all venues.

In addition to the Art Trail, the festival encompasses the Street Arts Festival and the Hertford Castle Craft Market & Open Day. The festival also covers local exhibitions, activities and performances including Hertford Theatre Week, Courtyard Arts Open Exhibition and the Hertford Arts Society Open Exhibition.

See the Town Council website for further information on the festival.


Call for Artists – come and take part!

Image of art on display in Hertford Art Trail

Courtyard Arts is once again delighted to be partnering with Hertford Town Council with the Arts Trail and we would love to hear from artists of all abilities (and working in any media) who would like to take part. Not only do you get great exposure for your work but you also retain 85% of the value of your work which sells. It’s a fantastic opportunity to be seen and be sold!

Artists will each be allocated a prime town centre location in which to display and sell their work for the whole one-month period of the trail; with commission paid to each of the locations of 15% this really does give you a cost-effective and rewarding way of showing and selling your work. With a fee of just £30 per artist (of which 50% goes to support Courtyard Arts and its work in the community) there really is no reason not to take part.

Act NOW and apply for your work to be shown today: closing date for applications is 3rd February 2017.

Terms & Conditions

Application Form

For further information about the trail or the application process please contact centredirector@courtyardarts.org.uk or call 01992 509596.

We look forward to receiving your application and good luck.

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