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Autumn colour on the Arts Trail

Discover the diversity of art on the Blue Mountains Arts Trail this autumn. On Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th May embark on a weekend of nature and culture as you experience the Blue Mountains in all their autumn glory.

With many talented artists calling the Blue Mountains home, you'll find plenty to please your eyes and entertain your mind. This is the first Arts Trail for 2019, featuring several studios and galleries between Hazelbrook and Mount Victoria.

See what goes on behind the scenes as the Arts Trail takes you to meet the artists and see their studios –and it's free!

Visit one or visit them all -- meet local painters, printmakers, photographers, jewellers, glass, mosaic artists and ceramicists.

Arts Trail allows keen art enthusiasts  to look, ask, purchase artworks on show or even commission a special bespoke piece for your home or office.

Participating studios open between 10 am and 4 pm daily.

The Blue Mountains Arts Trail is arranged twice yearly by BMCAN – the Blue Mountains Creative Arts Network.

This is the perfect time of year to experience art in the beautiful upper Blue Mountains.


When: Saturday–Sunday 4–5 May 2019

Time: 10 am to 4 pm daily

Where: Studios from Linden to Mount Victoria -- look out for the orange flags on the highway.

For map and further information: visit our website at https://bmcan.com.au/arts-trail-map/ for regular updates or go to the Blue Mountains Creative Arts Network Facebook page.

Blue Mountains Arts Trail, a cultural event of the Blue Mountains Creative Arts Network (BMCAN) since 2013.

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