Oyster Festival 2018:
WHITSTABLE OYSTER FESTIVAL 2018
Sat 21st July – Mon 23rd July
A date for your new Calendar – the Fourth Made in Whitstable: Arts, Craft & Vintage Trail will take place over the Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd July 2018
Some of Whitstable’s finest artists, crafters and vintage lovers will be opening their houses, studios and galleries and welcoming in visitors. This is not just a fabulous opportunity to go behind usually closed doors and talk to the makers and collectors about the work they love, their inspirations and ideas, but also a chance to buy direct from the artists.
Here’s the flyer and map in full for you here:
Last year: 17 Houses for ’17
Thanks to all who visited
And so our houses return to their usual chaotic or ordered states, artworks relax and the Hoover takes a break.
The Made in Whitstable: Arts, Craft & Vintage Trail’s 17 Houses for ’17 was a well attended affair, blessed by weather that was neither too good, nor too bad – just right for walking around visiting artists’s galleries and studios, crafters workshops and the houses of those with some serious vintage habits!
And don’t forget: if you are still thinking about that painting, or set of tea cups, or photograph that you saw, and you just can’t get it out of your head – you can go to the artists’ links from this site.
See you all next year!
17 Houses for 2017
Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd July 10.30am – 4pm
For this year’s Oyster Festival, Made in Whitstable Arts, Craft and Vintage Trail shows the work of over 50 artists, crafters and vintage lovers spread across 17 Houses, Studios and Galleries.
This is a wonderful opportunity to meet some of Whitstable’s artistic community in their natural habitat – and buy unique and hand made work direct from the maker.
The houses are open only for this Whitstable Oyster Festival weekend of Saturday 22nd July and Sunday 23rd July 2017, between 10.30am and 4pm, but the galleries will be open all week.
You can collect your free maps from Keam’s Yard, The Horsebridge, the WIT in Harbour Street, the Museum, Light & Imagination, Betty Loves Bryan in the High Street, and the MiW Gallery and Hut No.13 in the Harbour Village.
Here’s the flyer and map in full for you here too: