Devon Open Studios 2022

Saturday 10 to Sunday 25 September 2022

For two weeks every September members of the network, potters, painters, jewellery makers, wood workers, needle workers and creatives of every kind, open their doors and invite people in to discover their work and to chat to the artists themselves about their processes and inspiration. Work is also on sale and it can be a perfect opportunity to purchase unique artwork direct from the maker. 

Registration for September 2022 has now closed. If you are a current DAN member and would like to be added to the waiting list please email Claire Binden at

(Image: Penny O’Brien in her studio)

We finally opened our Devon studio in 2022 and together with the published the first DAN news on February 15th. Every September of every year our doors open for network members, potters, artists, jewelers, craftsmen and also new online casino players to discover new works and network with each other. We will also not have doors open for September 2022 if you are not a DAN member and an online casino player, you will need to queue up at Claire Binden.

Casinos organise workshops for creative people. All over the world, casinos are major investors and benefactors. In addition to paying huge taxes, casinos often organise exciting events for people. For example, handicraft festivals for creative people – painters, potters, jewellers, woodworkers. Online new canadian casinos often hold such fairs for their players to meet in real life. If you’re curious about how casinos relate to art, read on. Casinos originated many centuries ago. Back then, they were establishments where you could play games for money. To attract the creative types, casinos were painted with bright colours by artists, and the best woodworkers made furniture and tables. Playing poker or roulette was a real art. To learn how to play poker or roulette requires a certain mindset. That’s why casinos organise workshops and festivals – to attract new players and retain old ones.