Open Studios 2014 dates announced!


Drum roll please…

The dates for Open Studios 2014 are 13 – 15 June.

Block out the whole weekend in your diary.


Preview night: Friday 13 June 2014, 6 – 9pm
Weekend opening: Saturday and Sunday 14 – 15 June 2014, 11am – 5pm
Sunday Auction: 4pm

Jamaica Street Studios occupies a special place in the heart of Bristol and in the hearts of Bristolians. The annual Open Studios event is a highlight of Bristol’s cultural calendar and an essential part of the art-year.

The Studios has a 21 year history, with a 40 strong group of artists occupying the building and a long list of illustrious alumni. Current studio holders include established artists and emerging talent, all working side by side in an infectiously successful creative environment.


The event kicks off with a private view on Friday night and the whole Studio building is open all weekend too, for a chance to see work by all our studio holders, to meet and talk with our artists and buy work direct from them. JSA Open Studios is the perfect time to meet local artists, designers and makers and find out about their work.

The weekend’s finale is a mini-canvas auction, held to raise money for the Studios, a not-for-profit organisation. Each studio holder contributes a work of art towards the auction, and this is your chance to own a masterpiece.



About jamaicastreetartists

Jamaica Street Artists is one of the largest artist-lead studios outside of London and has been established for over 15 years. The studio is housed in a grade ii listed former carriageworks, an iconic landmark in Bristol. Jamaica Street Artists is a unique and ambitious collective, holding an annual Open Studio and planning an exciting programme for the year ahead. In the past we have held group exhibitions at Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery and St George's, Bristol, and individual artists continue to find success exhibiting across the UK and abroad. Over the past year Jamaica Street Artists has run a dynamic fundraising campaign to safeguard our future, a new lease has now been secured, but the long-term aim remains to purchase the building in partnership. Looking towards the future Jamaica Street Artists plan to build on their success, continuing to contribute to Bristol's creative and cultural reputation and promoting the work of its artists.

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