ARThouse 2015 took place on 26 to 28 June and 3 to 5 July.
ARThouse is a celebration of the artists, artist groups and schools that live or work within all corners of the borough of Richmond upon Thames. 2015’s festival saw over 500 artists join together and exhibit their work across two summer weekends, providing visitors with the opportunity to see the unique environment in which local art is created.
ARThouse 2015 was the borough’s twentieth open studios festival, coordinated by Richmond Arts Service, and featured a wonderfully diverse range of artists including jewellers, photographers, sculptors, bag designers, painters, framers, furniture restorers, film makers, schools and community groups. Exhibitions were hosted in a wide variety of locations across the borough including boathouses, church halls, restaurants, cafes, local businesses, homes, sheds, garden studios, and workshops.
2015's ARThouse artists also exhibited a sample of their work in a temporary pop-up shop at 1-3 Richmond Road, Twickenham, which was open from 2 June through to 10 July.
This exhibition was delivered in partnership with Arts Richmond, a voluntary organisation and registered charity whose objective is to assist cultural organisations make the most of the extraordinary cultural assets in the borough
Entry to all ARThouse venues was completely free of charge.
Please visit the ARThouse website for more information.
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