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Thursday 6 - Sunday 9 June 2013
Once again this year's Festival brings together some of the very best in art, craft and design. As a special year, in addition to the nearly 200 talented artists and crafts specialists taking part, Patchings aim to raise the profile of photography at the event. They are therefore delighted to announce that their special guest for Festival Sunday is Charlie Waite.
Charlie is an internationally known landscape photographer and he will be giving an illustrated presentation - ‘Behind the Photograph . . . Making Landscape Photographs’. At the same time as giving this subject a greater profile at the Festival Patchings consider there is no better advocate in promoting photography as an art form.
Sunday once again is the Festival's Family Art Day with a variety of opportunities for our younger visitors to try their hand at a variety of art and craft activities. With the Nottingham Concert Band providing the entertainment, it will be great day for families.
Standard Tickets Advanced - £7.50 On the Door - £8.50
Concession Tickets Advanced - £6.50 On the Door - £7.50
Two Day ticket offer - £12.00
Ticket prices includes VAT and a full coloured Festival Guide and Parking
Children under 11 are free when part of a family group.
Group discounts - One free ticket for every 10 purchased.
Tickets can be purchased by post from Patchings Art Centre.
From the Patchings Online Shop at www.patchingsartcentre.co.uk
By telephone – 0115 965 3479 – everyday between 10am and 5pm
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