Ouseburn Open Studios Weekend 2016

@ Northern Print

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26 November 2016 - 27 November 2016

All day

The Ouseburn Valley is the creative heart of Newcastle. Over the last weekend of November the Ouseburn Open Studios event sees venues open their doors, offering a unique chance to come and glimpse into the working world of over 200 artists and designer-makers.

Expect a huge variety of affordable and original work to buy, from paintings, ceramics, sculpture, jewellery, furniture, prints and much more to suit everyone’s taste. With live music, delicious food and interactive workshops head to Ouseburn for some seasonal spirit and Christmas stocking goodies.

Inspiration awaits you at Northern Print this winter where you’re sure to receive a warm hygge welcome.  Whether you are looking for exclusive gift ideas, a beautiful investment piece to brighten your home or purely for a fun day out you’ll find it all at our lively gallery and printmaking studio.  Print your own mini masterpiece, chat to our friendly studio artists as they demonstrate how they create their own work, see our stunning winter gallery exhibition Glow and enjoy browsing our shop packed full of wonderful and unique gifts and prints to fill your Christmas stocking.

Participating in this year’s event are:

Biscuit Tin Studios
The Biscuit Factory
Cobalt Studios
Chilli Studios
Northern Print
36 Lime Street
Jim Edwards Studio Gallery
Toffee Factory
Mushroom Works

To see what’s on offer at all of the venues visit the Ouseburn Open Studios website here.

Venue
Northern Print
Stepney Bank
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 2NP

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