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Artist studios will be open from 10am until 5pm. Much like art, music has an important place in our community. Combining both art and music the event bridges two creative styles as one.
Visitors will be able to enjoy the artworks displayed in artist studios, listen to local musicians in a range of venues and enjoy street performers.
The full line-up of artists, performers and musicians includes folk music legend Rab Noakes, international sculptor David Mach, author and broadcaster Dame Joan Bakewell, Skids frontman Richard Jobson and Scots folk musician James Yorkston.
A total of 60 artists – nearly double the number who participated in the festival’s inaugural year in 2019 – will be exhibiting in their own homes and studios, which will be open to the public throughout the week.
Gigs, concerts and talks will take place mainly in the village’s Durham Hall with a limited audience due to Covid guidelines. All artists’ venues will also follow current Covid and social distancing rules.
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