Peacock Arts Trail 2019 COMING SOON!

That’s right! The peacocks are shaking their feathers and getting ready to strut their stuff in 2019!

In case you’ve not already spotted them, the dates of the next Trail for your diary are:
Saturday 5 – Sunday 13 October 2019

We want YOU to get involved!

If you’re new to the Peacock Arts Trail, we are a bienniel arts trail, established in 2013, with the aim of celebrating the arts in Corsham and the surrounding towns and villages in North-West Wiltshire.

We provide 9 days of open studios which gives members of the public the opportunity to meet the artists and see and discover their art. And it gives artists the opportunity to show and sell your work to the public and network with local artists.

We are open to all artists, whether you have been in business for years, are just starting out or simply enjoying a creative hobby. This is a fabulous opportunity to chat with like minded creative souls. 2017 was fantastic with greater footfall than ever before, but we know we can do even better so for 2019 we are busy working on new plans to make it the best Trail yet!

So if you create, make, craft or design, please follow our blog, subscribe to our newsletter and get those dates in your diary!

Peacock Arts Trail 2017 – Thank You!

The Peacock Committee would like to say a massive thank you to everyone involved in the 2017 Peacock Arts Trail! We can’t believe the 9 days are over already!

To our artists – a great big thank you for all your  hard work and enthusiasm. It takes a huge amount of effort to prepare for an exhibition like this, which we know you do whilst juggling busy lives.

To our visitors – it is wonderful to know that there are so many of you who appreciate the arts! Thank you for visiting in record numbers, and we can’t wait to see some of the results of the workshops and other activities that you were involved in. We hope you will hang on to your brochure as it makes an excellent gift buying guide to support local artists.

Here are a few of our photos from the Trail. Please feel free to share yours with us, especially if you made something fabulous on a workshop.