artBEAT – The opening weekend of Broadway Arts Festival 2023

2021-09-16T12:43:46+01:00June 9th, 2023|, , , , , |

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 village. Throughout the weekend the marquee will house talented artists, printmakers, sculptors, jewellers, ceramicists, designer-makers and a host of traditional [...]

Open Art Competition 2022

2022-07-18T09:42:12+01:00April 18th, 2022|, , , , |

Our annual open art competition is open to any artist, in any medium including painting, sculpture, drawing, textiles, ceramics & printmaking. We have new prize categories, prizes, sponsors and judges in 2022. Prizes include: Main prize £1000 (any medium) sponsored by Wychavon District Council Painting in Oils or Acrylics Prize £500 sponsored by Priory Gallery Watercolour Prize £500 sponsored [...]

New panel of judges announced for the 2022 open art competition

2022-07-16T09:19:21+01:00April 13th, 2022|Art Competition, Exhibition, The festival|

We are delighted to announce that we have a new panel of 6 judges for the annual open art competition. Representing a wide spectrum of skills, experience, interests and tastes, our judges will be judging the artworks in person this year thanks to Covid restrictions being lifted. Prize winners will be announced and revealed [...]

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 [...]

Art of the Great War 1914-1918: Exhibition curated by John Noott

2018-03-12T12:03:59+00:00June 8th, 2018||

The main exhibition during the festival at The Broadway Museum & Art Gallery curated from the collection of John Noott. Born in 1932, John Noott well remembers talk of the Great War as the country was busy preparing itself for the Second World War. These were formative events in a young life and proved to [...]

2016 ART COMPETITION WINNERS ANNOUNCED

2017-02-20T14:50:29+00:00May 15th, 2016|Art Competition, Uncategorized|

The winner of the John Noott Galleries sponsored Main Prize of the Open Art Competition 2016 is Caroline Chappell with the The Waking Path. The Local Artist Prize was won by Rod Ashman with Exposed to the Landscape and Emma Clegg won the 3D Prize sponsored by Little Buckland Gallery with Hope.   Rod Ashman: [...]

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