That’s right, WE’RE BACK and we’re going to be bigger and better than ever!
The 2019 Peacock Arts Trail will run from Saturday 5 – Sunday 13 October.
That’s 9 lovely days of art art and more art!
Artist: Philippa MacCarthur
Artist: Chic Newbury
If you’re a visitor to the Trail, you will be rewarded with the opportunity to meet our talented exhibitors and ask them all your burning questions, as well as potentially have a peek behind the scenes in their workshops. We want to make this trail the best Arts Trail there is so you can see just how much talent we have in this area! Please come and share our passion!
If you’re planning to exhibit with us, you get 9 days that are all about YOU! Meet the public, network with other artists, sell your work and just generally have lots of amazing chats with people about the thing that you LOVE doing! We aim to provide you with all the support you need to make the event a success for you, including our vibrant social media campaign, local press and publicity, help and advice on marketing yourself, opportunities to network with other artists and much more.
Our application form is now live! Please read our terms and conditions on our Join The Trail page – there’s lots of info and we know you’re busy, but it’s worth taking the time to read it all!
Artist: Chris Dunn
We can’t wait!!!
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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!
We are very excited to announce that we are now open to applications for the third Peacock Arts Trail!
The dates of the Trail for 2017 will be 30th September – 8th October. We have lots of information on our website – please have a read at Join The Trail 2017. When you are ready to apply, please complete our online application form.
Our early bird deadline is TODAY! Apply to exhibit by midnight tonight to qualify for a discounted artist application fee of £55 down from £70!
To apply you need to complete our online application form, email us an image of your work and transfer payment to our bank account. Guidance on how to do all this can be found on our Join The Trail page.
We are very excited to announce that applications are open for the Peacock Arts Trail 2015!
To find out more, please read our membership information ~ Join The Trail ~ and when you’re ready you can apply online.
The final deadline for ALL applications, including sending us an image & full payment, is Monday 20 April.
We have expanded the area of the Trail to now include Bathford and Calne so please spread the word to artists you know in those areas.
We have also had some committee changes this year and are looking for anyone who can help us with signage, brochure logistics and someone who’d like to step into the role of secretary. Or if you can help out in any other way to make 2015 a success, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
You will have probably spotted by now that Corsham has been yarnbombed! Look out for pompoms up trees, ladies flying with balloons & cyril the sausage dog!
This is thanks to the fabulously talented Emma Leith who has been knitting & crocheting like a mad woman all summer! We were very excited to be featured by the Gazette & Herald newspaper, and we thought we’d share a few of our piccies from our adventures on the streets of Corsham…(obviously our identities had to be protected with balaclavas!)
Venue #18 ~ 98 The Street, Holt, BA14 6QH
At our last venue you will have found lots of artists all under one roof, but while you’re in Holt don’t forget that a short hop away is the following artist on the trail…