Ground Works / Landlinks walks

Keep up with our Ground Works and Landlinks international artists walking and landscape projects. Go to it is here you will find details of the project with the artists who are taking part from across the UK and internationally. Read In Conversation. Follow Earthbound the exchange over time with artists, Jane Ponsford and Kim Norton. We will be updating and adding as new work arrives so keep an eye on the pages. In partnership with Kel Portman.

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17th / 18th October & 24th / 25th October

Artists, designers and makers will be welcoming socially-distanced visitors into their studios, with appropriate safety measures in place from over two weekends of 17 18 24 and 25 October 2020. Participants who are not able to throw open their doors, for reasons of limited space or personal vulnerability, will be offering studio tours and additional digital content.  If you cannot make those dates or would prefer a one to one appointment to view the work and buy from the artist please do contact the artist and make an appointment. 

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credit: Kim Norton

select art festival 2020

Select Festival & Ground Works has been cancelled in May and will be rescheduled for September/October.
However keep an eye on the Ground Works website


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For details of the rescheduled Trail  and the online brochure of all the Open Studios and exhibitions please click here.

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Select Arts is a Gloucestershire based arts organisation. We support local and national artists in curated and artist-led exhibitions, events, talks and educational opportunities with a successful annual Select Trail Open Studios and Select Festival every May. We work to raise artist’s profiles and support their creative journey.

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