Free Entry To The Affordable Art Fair!

The unmissable Affordable Art Fair pitches up in Battersea Park this autumn bringing stunning collections from both household names and rising stars along with educational workshops and areas to chill out and soak up the creative atmosphere.

If you want to visit the Affordable Art Fair, simply print off this page and take it with you to gain FREE entry on Friday 21st October 2011!

This offer is only applicable to adults, as accompanied children (under the age of 16) are admitted for FREE anyway.

 Mychael Barratt, Damien Hirst’s Dog. Etching  £175. Courtesy of Artists in Residence

A firm favourite in the art-lovers calendar, the fair will showcase a varied array of paintings, sculpture, photography and original prints priced between £40 and £4,000 from over 110 galleries.
The Affordable Art Fair isn’t just about buying art, art lovers can also take part in the many free, fun and informative workshops as part of an extensive education programme for all ages. From printmaking workshops with Artichoke Printmakers to sculpture demonstrations with well-established sculptors Kaleidoscope, visitors have the opportunity to learn about a variety of fun art techniques.
Younger visitors can enjoy art-themed activity packs, and for adults in need of a little light refreshment, the Laithwaites Bar will be the perfect place to relax with great wines and good company.
The four-day fair kicks off on Thursday 20 October with the Charity Private View on Wednesday 19 October in aid of The Army Arts Society.
To access the fair for free on Friday 21 October, please print this page and redeem it at the ticket door on the day of entry. 

 posted by Lisa Hall

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