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Gordon Russell Design Museum: Half-price entry for festival ticket-holders!

2020-01-22T12:53:07+00:00January 22nd, 2020|Exhibition, Lectures, The festival|

All Broadway Arts Festival ticket-holders will qualify for half price entry to The Gordon Russell Design Museum during the 10 days of the festival - simply show evidence of your ticket (on your phone or a print-out) to get the discount!   Be sure to also visit the Gordon Russell Design Museum stand on the [...]

8 Local Arts Students awarded bursaries by Broadway Arts Festival 

2020-01-20T16:14:31+00:00January 20th, 2020|Arts Grants|

Eight lucky local students studying the Arts have been awarded substantial financial help in the form of grants to help them in their studies by Broadway Arts Festival Trust. These annual bursaries are given to full-time students studying Fine Art, Applied Arts, Music or the Performing Arts.  The grants are awarded to help students with [...]

Adebanji Alade – VP of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters & BBC One Show Artist in Residence at the festival on June 6th 2020

2019-12-16T13:55:25+00:00December 16th, 2019|Art Workshop/Demonstration, Lectures|

  We are so excited to announce that the BBC One Show Artist in Residence & Vice President of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters Adebanji Alade Artist will be at our festival on Saturday 6th June! He will be doing a demonstration and talking about his inspirational life in the afternoon ...and also offering [...]

Antonia Black – Broadway Arts Festival Artist in Residence 2020

2019-11-29T16:03:17+00:00November 29th, 2019|Art Workshop/Demonstration, The festival|

  Antonia Black has been a familiar lively presence at Broadway Arts Festival for many years and a regular judge of The Great Broadway Paint-Off.We are delighted to announce her as our official “Artist in Residence” for the 2020 Broadway Arts Festival! A prolific, professional Australian artist who settled locally in The Cotswolds, she originally studied at the [...]

Director of the National Portrait Gallery Nicholas Cullinan to appear at the 2020 Broadway Arts Festival

2019-11-17T12:11:57+00:00November 17th, 2019|Lectures, The festival|

  We are pleased to announce that Nicholas Cullinan, Director of the National Portrait Gallery will be appearing at our festival in conversation with our Patron, Sir Roy Strong who was the Director from 1959-1973, on "50 Years of the National Portrait Gallery" on Friday 12th June at 2pm. Nicholas took up his position as [...]

Apply to take a stand in the marquee at Broadway Arts Festival artBEAT from June 5-7 2020

2019-11-02T11:06:51+00:00November 2nd, 2019|Art sale, Art Workshop/Demonstration, Exhibition|

Artists & Craftspeople! Apply to take a stand in the marquee at Broadway Arts Festival artBEAT from June 5-7 2020. artBEAT is the opening 3 day weekend for the festival that showcases the work of some of Britain’s top artists, designers and artisans in the main marquee on the village green in this idyllic Cotswold [...]

Haidee-Jo Summers to run exclusive En Plein Air oils workshop in the gardens of Russell House where Sargent painting Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose.

2019-10-31T15:58:21+00:00October 31st, 2019|Art Workshop/Demonstration|

  The first of our 2020 festival workshop announcements! An opportunity to practice plein air painting in oils with Haidee-Jo Summers, member of the Royal Institute of Oil painters, in the special setting of Russell House, where Sargent famously painted Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose Learn about Haidee-Jo’s fresh and vibrant approach to capturing the light [...]

Broadway Arts Festival wins “Best Festival or Event” in Worcestershire Award

2018-11-24T10:35:32+00:00September 29th, 2018|Art Competition, Arts Grants, Sponsorship, The festival|

Broadway Arts Festival have won "Best Festival or Event" at the Visit Worcestershire Awards of Excellence 2018. Chair of the management committee Karen Bloch was presented with the award by TV presenter, historian and author Professor Kate Williams at a ceremony in Worcester on 11th September. Broadway Arts Festival took place 8th - 17th June [...]

Winners announced for the Open Arts Competition Reflection!

2018-05-25T17:48:51+01:00May 25th, 2018|Art Competition, Exhibition, The festival|

The theme for the 2018 competition was ‘Reflection’. The competition was open to any artist, in any medium including photography, sculpture, film, ceramics and design makers. Thank you to everyone who entered, we had a record-breaking 925 entries from around the globe! 200 of the entries are being shown in a prestigious selling exhibition at Little [...]

Broadway Arts Festival to fund free creative activities for Broadway Primary & Nursery Schools

2018-05-03T17:53:13+01:00May 3rd, 2018|Art Workshop/Demonstration, Music, The festival|

Broadway Arts Festival has announced they are funding an exciting programme of activities and events for local schools throughout the festival in June (8-17). This will be 10 days of the most diverse, creative, educational and entertaining events the festival has ever presented.  They are encouraging the next generation with a new programme of family [...]