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Art from The Class

Craven Arts is proud to announce the "Art from the Class" exhibition being held from Wednesday 5th June until Saturday 22nd June at Craven Arts House.

 

Showcasing the diverse and inspiring artworks created during our creative workshops, the exhibition highlights the talents and creativity of our workshop participants, featuring an eclectic mix of art forms including Photography, Felting, Life Drawing, Painting and Printing. 

 

The exhibition is free of charge and open to the public Wednesday to Saturday 11am till 4pm.

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New Dates Announced for Makers Fair 

Don’t forget to book your stall at our next two Makers Fairs, tables are now available to non-members, so book ASAP to avoid disappointment!

The first will be a FULL weekend 24th/25th August to coincide with our Fabulous Festival over the bank holiday!

The second is planned to coincide with the second Skipton Christmas Market on Sunday 8th December.

 

Each 6ft table/space cost will be £25 per day for members and £30.00 per day for non-members of CA. There will be a discount of £5 if booking both days in August .. ie £45 instead of £50.

 

Book your place ASAP by emailing info@cravenarts.co.uk with the subject heading Makers Fair.

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Legacy of the Land

As part of Skipton Heritage/Sheep Day on 30th June 2024 and to recognise all things we love about living in and around the Yorkshire Dales, the Foundation for Common Land is hosting the exhibition ‘Legacy of The Land’ at Craven Arts House, Skipton, from 28th June to 20th July 2024.

 

This exhibition celebrates heritage, land, lives and wildlife captured in poetry, photography, Ceramics, textiles and artwork.

The FCL has a particular focus on upland commons such as Ingleborough, Grassington Moor and the Howgills; the people, nature and wildlife that live on these beautiful areas, however, this exhibition also includes heritage buildings, local landmarks, other Dales inspired pieces.

The exhibition parallels ‘Labour of Love’ currently at the Dales Countryside Museum, which has a specific focus on people living and working on our upland commons across Yorkshire, Shropshire, Dartmoor and the Lakes.

 

The exhibition is free of charge and open to the public Wednesday to Saturday 11am till 4pm.

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