Artists set to open up across Hertfordshire

16:05 21 March 2014

Open Studio illustrations

Open Studio illustrations

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The deadline is fast approaching for applications to take part in the annual Open Studios event organised by Herts Visual Arts.

It runs from September 6 to 28 and over 200 artists open up their studios or homes to an average of 10,000 visits a year across the county.

Entries need to be submitted by March 31 and for more information go to www.hvaf.org.uk/open-studios, contact Linda Warminger, Open Studios project manager on 07813 100651 or openstudios@hvaf.org.uk.

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