Perth Festival is delighted to announce the return of arTay - a fantastic exhibition of contemporary Scottish art.

arTay

17th MAY - 20th MAY 2018

10.00AM
19.30PM
Perth Concert Hall - Horsecross Arts Ltd

Perth Concert Hall - Horsecross Arts Ltd

Mill Street
Perth, Perth and Kinross, PH1 5HZ, Scotland
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Perth Festival is delighted to announce the return of arTay - a fantastic exhibition of contemporary Scottish art.

Featuring the work of over 80 artists and makers from across Scotland, there will be around 300 different works on show at this years arTay. The stunning marquee which will be set up outside of Perth Concert Hall will showcase some of our country's finest artists across four days.

The event kicks of on Thursday 17th May and runs until Sunday 20th. It will be open from 10:00 - 19:30 each day, with the exception of the Sunday when the opening times are 10:00 - 18:00. 

The wonderful and unique thing about arTay is that it's not an art fair, and it's much bigger than any normal commercial gallery. It's also FREE!

Artists such as Gordon Mitchell, Doug Cocker and Reinhard Behrens will have their work showcased this year, alongside Sandy Murphy, Charlie MacQueen, Christine Woodside and other lesser known but no less excellent artists.

The main aim of arTay is to make contemporary art as accessible as possible for the people of Perth and beyond, and all of the work showcased will be on sale.

arTay was first held as part of Perth Festival of the Arts in 2000 and has always been one of the most successful events with high numbers of visitors across the four days. The event is curated by Hugh Goring of Frames Gallery in Perth

For more information regarding this year's arTay event at Perth Festival of the Arts, contact Hugh Goring on 01738 631085 or at hugh.goring@framesgallery.co.uk


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