Lady Bay Arts Festival 2018

About Us

Festival weekend 
19th & 20th May    
11am - 5.30pm (Sat)
11am - 5pm (Sun)

Adult weekend ticket price TBC (brochure for entry to venues)
free admission for children U16

Pick up a brochure & map from either Lady Bay Primary School , All Hallows Church & Halls, The Poppy & Pint & 131 Holme Road 

We have already started the planning for next year and will publicise updates on our website & FB but if you’d like to subscribe to our mailing lists please get in touch. Due to popularity we now have to select by invite and match artists with available venues. However we are always interested in hearing from anyone who wishes to support the event as a volunteer or a host and as practicing artists who’d like to take part
Lady Bay's 23rd year of art events

What to expect... 

Amazing range of art & design shown by top East Midlands artists & makers in a unique part of Nottingham

The theme for 2018 will be STREET ART...  artists will need to reflect the diversity of the community & the environment in Lady Bay

We will invite artists to show across 32 venues throughout the arts trail

As always expect an exciting new programme with FREE activities for children and young people at the school

Printmaking, pottery, textiles, jewellery, felting, photography, painting, sculpture, video, ceramics and much more!

Artist led workshops for everyone at the school & arts trail 

Music events by Poppy Folk Club - bands and wandering musicians! 

Refreshments & pit stops in lovely gardens, pubs, cafes Opportunity to unwind in a friendly and welcoming atmosphere

Young Person's Visual Art Award - We are looking for 2 young students ages 16-20 who are studying GSCE or A Level grade or similar in Fine Art or Design 

Apply to FAO Liz Emery

£250 award

Closing date: End of November


Trent Boulevard Lady Bay Nottingham NG2 5BE

Please leave your car at home & take a bus 

No 11 Green line bus route from Nottingham City Centre. No 90 to Radcliffe Road to access south end Lady Bay

Cycle routes to Lady Bay accessible from River Trent and Grantham Canal.
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