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Arcadian Artists Open Studio Weekend 8-9 November 2014 PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 14 May 2009 20:38


NOVEMBER 8th – 9th 2014

9am – 5pm 

Discover the inspiration that attracts artists to work in the serene beauty of Sydney’s Northern fringe - Arcadia, Galston, Berrilee and Dural.

Discover an area of intriguing nurseries with heavenly restaurants, impressive parks and vast forests, gentle pastures where alpaca graze beside orchards of orange, peach and plums.

Our artists and artisans’ trail is on a weekend so bring your friends, visit our studios. The only thing you need is a love of the arts mixed with the ability to enjoy a superb natural environment.

Wander along our fascinating artists and artisans’ trail visiting 8 studios with over 50 artists and artisans exhibiting on the weekend of November 8th and 9th from 9 – 5pm.

Throughout the year our artists and artisans are preparing their studios and inviting fellow artists to join them in this exceptional event. Some of them will be giving demonstrations as well as exhibiting their exquisite work. See glimpses in this new video clip!

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Brochures with an easy to follow route will be distributed around Sydney and available throughout our exhibition weekend at the Arcadian Artists stand in front of the Bendigo Bank in Galston Village.

 Make it a date in your diary now!

 Saturday 8th – Sunday 9th November 2014



"I love visiting Arcadian Artists - it's in my diary every year!"

 "I know I can buy all my gifts for Christmas..." 



Arcadian Artists Open Studio Weekend has been proudly sponsored by the
Galston Branch of the Bendigo Bank www.bendigobank.com.au

"...what an amazing event, a true jewel of Sydney!"

I go every year with my sister-in-law and a friend. We leave the city early so that we can see as many of the studios as possible making a full day of exploration, shopping and viewing of demonstrations.

I particularly like the chance to see the workshops and studios that produce some of the exquisite ware that now grace my house and garden and those of the friends who are lucky enough to receive one of my purchases for Christmas!  

To catch our breath we always book into one of the local cafes for lunch before continuing on our afternoon trail. The splendid sunsets as we leave the area around 5pm remind us why we’ll be returning next year.

Anne Glendinning, Stanmore

Last Updated on Sunday, 03 August 2014 19:35