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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

Open Up Sheffield is one of the largest and most successful open studio events outside London, showcasing the creative talent in South Yorkshire and Derbyshire for 23 years. The event, which takes place in May every year, features over 100 artists and artwork comprised watercolour, oil and acrylic painting, jewellery, ceramics, textiles, crafts, wood, glass, photography, printmaking, digital and mixed media.

Open Up Sheffield is proud to take part in the Sheffield Showcase weekend, with some of the artists that took part in this year’s Open Up Sheffield featuring in two exhibitions.

Exhibition locations:
DINA, 12 Fitzalan Square, S1 2AZ – open 11am–10pm

Unit 6 Dyson Place, Sharrow Vale Road, S11 8XX – open 10am–6pm

For information about the artists, see the Open Up website.

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