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Herefordshire Art Week have announced their dates for 2023

by webmaster, 26th June 2023

Herefordshire Art Week have announced their dates for 2023

Main pic: ceramics by Claire Billingsley

Get your diaries out, as the not-to-be-missed annual early autumn treat that is h.Art has announced dates for its 2023 event.  

The 2nd to the 10th September will be when you get the chance to meet a myriad of creative people showing you their creations across a huge range of mediums and art-and-design disciplines. Over 400 artists will be available in their workshops, home studios, sheds, galleries, with lots of artistic works to be enjoyed in temporary, usually non-art places. 


Pic: painting by Anna Cumming


Many artists only open their work spaces once a year, giving you a rare insight into their creative lives and their individual practices. You can chat, just browse, buy or commission direct. Over nine days you'll find joyful inspiration, unique discoveries and the chance to buy from the artist, or to discuss something bespoke for someone really special.

Pic: sculpture by Ed Elliott


Over 140 venues are involved, with most open every day from 11am-5pm. And the event website is live all year, keeping you up to date with your newly discovered favourite artists. Every artist has an Artist Profile page, which includes contact details and images they regularly renew. 

There will also be a downloadable guide on the site, or you can subscribe for a posted guide for £2. Free guides can also be picked up around the Herefordshire and Border counites in large supermarkets, tourist info sites and tourist attractions from late July.


The Herefordshire Art Week runs from 2nd-10th September 2023. For more information, visit

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