Painting Paignton: Artist Heritage Trail

Event Date: 23rd Sep 2023 - 23rd Sep 2023

Artizan Collective is delighted to announce a weekend of outdoor art inspired by plein air tradition, as with the help of ten professional artists, we take over the streets and seafront to show off this creative town like you’ve never seen it before.
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Day 1 – Painting Paignton: Artist Heritage Trail – Saturday 23rd September – 10:00-16:00
Eight artists take over Paignton to create new works on location across the town. Will you stumble across a couple of them, or walk the whole trail, discovering some of Paignton’s heritage treasures along the way and seeing them through the eyes of unique contemporary artists.
The “Painting Paignton: Artist Heritage Trail” starts from Paignton Harbour before taking a route around the Town via various locations. There are eight artists to meet all painting at Paignton sites with unique stories. Walk the trail, discover the history, and see Paignton in a new light.
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Also on:
Paint Paignton This Summer: https://www.facebook.com/events/706957964585472
Day 2: The Great Paignton Paint Out: https://www.facebook.com/events/245108031270535
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Are you a practicing artist planning to attend The Great Paignton Paint Out? We’d love to hear from you and share other opportunities for how to get involved on the day. You can fill in a quick form at the link below to let us know you’ll be taking part and we’ll be in touch.
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The Great Paignton Paint Out takes over from 23rd-24th September but look out for artists popping up throughout the month or even have a go at “Painting Paignton” yourself. For tips on getting creative outdoors and to find out more about the full schedule of events, head to www.artizangallery.co.uk/paigntonpaintout
The Great Paignton Paint Out is part of “Wide Open” a programme of activity curated by Filament Works CIC and supported by Tonic Creatives CIC. It is funded as part of Torbay’s Cultural Development Fund, a Department for Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) fund, administered by Arts Council England