Friday 30th July 2021 6.00pm – 9.00pm (Private View by Invitation or ticket)
Saturday 31st July 2021 10am – 6pm
Sunday 1st August 2021 10am – 5pm
Newbury Racecourse is easily accessible from M4 Junctions 12 & 13, from the M3 and A34. Follow the brown signs to the Racecourse. Sat navs use the postcode RG14 5AW for the correct gate access. The Racecourse also has its own railway station.
Visitor parking is in Car Park 4.
Art lovers and artists meet face to face, to browse, to talk, to admire and to buy.
Bringing together over 160 artists, printmakers, photographers, sculptors, ceramicists and selected galleries from the UK and Europe, we offer the very best in contemporary art.
With artwork from £40 to £4,000 and workshops and demonstrations, from leading artists and galleries, our artists will inspire you to create a unique space in your home or office.
This is the time to allow yourself several hours to really appreciate everything there is to see. Many visitors make a full, fun, art-filled day of it.
Licensed Restaurant – Workshops – Painting Demonstrations – Interactive Art – Children’s Art Quest – Wine Tasting – Gin Tasting
Nestled in the heart of West Berkshire, the market town of Newbury is a must visit destination. Only an hour by train from London, Oxford and Bristol this dynamic gem is surrounded by the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The riverside town boasts many cultural attractions, it’s well known arts venues, the Corn Exchange, Watermill Theatre and The Base are popular with locals and visitors and host the very best in theatre, comedy and entertainment. No visit would be complete without a visit to Highclere Castle, home of Downton Abbey.
Also taking place in May are the acclaimed Newbury Spring Festival and West Berkshire and North Hampshire Open studios.
A chance for art buyers to acquire an original piece of art for only £50 whilst supporting The Trust’s amazing work helping young people transform their lives.
Contemporary Art Fairs and their community of artists have raised over £75,000 for The Prince’s Trust with the sale of collectable miniature canvases donated by the artists. But be warned these treasures fly off the wall!
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