Ilkley Art Trail 2016
Thursday,6 October to Sunday, 9 October
Applications to join this year’s trail have now closed. Watch this space for more information about the trail.
Beyond the Trail……
Arts in Ilkley doesn’t stop with the trail, as events happen all year round.
Ilkley Arts Creative Network
Many of the exhibiting artists from the 2015 Art Trail are keen to continue sharing aspects of their practice and artistic development with a wider audience and as a result Ilkley Arts Creative Network has been set up.
The first event was entitled ‘First Impressions’ and was held on Thursday 25th February 2016. Further events are planned.
Please see the Creative Network page for more details.
Rich Bunce, will be hosting several walking photography courses throughout the year. Please see Rich’s Walking Photographer Tours website for further details.
Ilkley Art Trail 2015
The trail is over for another year, but what a trail it was!
Here’s a link to a short film Anna Nolan has produced of some of the artists from this year’s trail.
It was wonderful bringing the Art Trail back to Ilkley this year – 44 artists exhibiting this year using 26 venues, including for the first time the Town Hall in Ilkley. the trail was very busy, with venues reporting increased visitors and many positive and supportive comments. We hope everyone who attended enjoyed seeing inside this important building as well as viewing some great art. Kathryn Fox’s ‘Hide and Seek’ – trail within a trail, also proved very popular.
We also helped stage a number of interesting events this year..
- 2 outdoor art installations on Ilkley Moor
- Art Fund – Edible Masterpieces event
- Art Workshops inspired by our artists
These were well received, and we intend to continue to support and stage events through the year. Go to the events page to see the up to date information on all of planned events and see details of those already held.
Most of all, we want to thank our supporters, the artists and the visitors who made the trail such a great event.
Board of Trustees
Interactive map of the trail here
(Note that all the links below will open an external web site in a new browser window)
|Ben Rhydding Methodist Church||Clarke Foley Centre
The Dalesway Gallery