Stop by this former printworks – now artist studios – to meet the makers including weavers, painters, puppeteers and ceramicists.
This event is being run and organised by CX tenants, who have invited fellow creatives from across Tayside to join us in providing a creative and welcoming events for the wider community to enjoy and participate in. We recognise that grass root events like this are a positive and proactive way to build and spotlight our amazing high quality creative community of artists and makers. We invite visitors to see a fantastic diversity of talent under one roof over the weekend. This will offer an opportunity to meet the makers at the market, visit open studios, attend a free family art workshop, and see the tenants exhibition, alongside stopping for a delicious cuppa & cake from our pop up cafe.
We look forward to welcoming everyone to Perth Creative Exchange on Sat 2nd & Sun 3rd Dec to join us for this winter extravaganza.
Tenant Exhibitions / Creative Community Market / Open Studios / Free Creative Family Workshops / Pop up Cafe
Artists attending to sell at the market: Rachel’s Willow Designs, Gail Stirling Robertson Art, Kerri Laverock Creations, Recycle Me Mosaics, The Candle Bothy, Pamela Scott Printmaker, Creative Sides Photography, Flow Creativity, Nicky May, Samantha Dolan, Diana King Jewellery, Bramble & Rose, HooperHart, Lucinda Hopkinson Glass, Anna Kelso, Moyra Stewart, Rock & Thistle, Fiona Hughes Pottery, Primitive Woodland Line, Lignum and Leaf, Urquhart Glass, Cornelia Weinmann Design, Olivia van Hooft Art, Sam Kennedy, Creative Catalyst Scotland and Libby Scott Art.
Artists opening up their studios for the weekend: Liz Myhill, Ayton Clothing, Crimson & Blue Art Studio, Alison Price, Ceri White Studios, No13 Gallery (Sheila & Alan Borthwick), Susan Hutchison, Evelyn White and Richard White.
Family Art Club will be run on Saturday 2nd Dec downstairs in the artroom by Creative Catalyst Scotland.
Group exhibition by Perth Creative Exchange artists in the Gannochy Project Space on the ground floor.
Albion Business Centre, situated behind the Hibs football stadium off Easter Road, was founded by James Dunbar in around 1900 as a lemonade factory. It is now home to around 50 craftspeople, artists and other small businesses, making it a thriving Edinburgh community.
Over two days, 20 studios will be opening their doors, inviting the public to visit a variety of creative spaces and enjoy a behind the scenes experience. The event will showcase the very best of Scottish art, craft and design. Set across three buildings, there is something for everyone, from glasswork, ceramics, fine art and jewellery to printed textiles. For the list of participating artists, please click here for the Albion Road collective’s Instagram page.
Refreshments and food will be available on-site.
Visit Patriothall in the heart of Stockbridge on the first weekend of December to explore the studios of the artists calling the building their creative home.
Make time to visit the jewellers, printmakers, designers, painters and illustrators that call the city’s former fish market their creative home.
Among those participating will be glass makers, ceramicists, painters, sculptors and jewellers. Stop by for a rare glimpse at the live workspaces of the tenants at Hanson Street.
Stop by the former primary school – now a creative hub for the Perthshire region – for a visit to the studios working from the building from 6 to 11 September 2023, 10am to 5pm each day.
For more information on the Perthshire Open Studios Trail and to find out who is participating, click here.
Participating artists tenants will be staging workshops and demonstrations of their work. Click here to see the full list of all buildings that will be open during Doors Open Days in Aberdeen this September.
Visit Inverness Creative Academy on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 July for a look around the studio spaces of the talented artists calling the building their creative home.
Stop by on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 May (11am-4pm) to see inside the artistic spaces of these talented people that call The Briggait their creative home.