Buxton’s hugely popular and award-winning art trail is back.
The sixth Buxton Art Trail, BAT:2022, will be taking place during the final weekend of the Buxton Fringe (23rd-24th July).
There will also be some venues exhibiting at other times during the Fringe giving the art trail an even wider reach this year.
Art lovers should look out for the free guide brochure which lists each of the participants and events with details of all the times and venues.
As ever, the event will present a huge variety of work – with artists ranging in age from 6 to 96, both professional and amateur and from community groups based in Buxton.
This year will see the event based around two central venues: Buxton Infants School and The United Reformed Church on Hardwick Square.
Displays will also be exhibited in artists’ studios and homes around the town, all of which will be marked on a map inside the art trail’s brochure.
With the Buxton Garden Trail running over the same weekend, visitors can combine visiting both events.
Visitors to BAT:2022 can also join in activities and watch artists at work.
There will be plenty of work for sale, but organisers emphasise that people are welcome to come along enjoy regardless.
Further updates be announced on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter – which will also offer sneak previews and tips for trail-goers.
Buxton Art Trail chair Linda Rolland said: “Following on from our much appreciated outdoor event Art on the Railings in 2021, the BAT team is delighted to be able to once again present the Buxton Art Trail in its most popular format.
“We have a really great variety of work being shown in and around the town so we hope townspeople and visitors will visit as many venues as possible over the weekend.”