What is Artists at Home?

Artists at Home is an annual open studios scheme held over three days in mid-June across Chiswick, Hammersmith and Shepherds Bush.

This year 74 artists will be delighted to welcome you to their homes or studios where you can see art displayed within a home setting. You can talk with the artist, ask about their process, perhaps see sketchbooks and work in progress.

This is an exciting chance to discover new original work for your home and a fun and lively event with many regular visitors.

Friday 15th - Sunday 17th June 2018

This weekend gives you a more relaxed way to find something special for your home. You may be looking for unique and personal artwork, whether it's your first art purchase or you are adding to your loved collection. You may simply want to enjoy the creativity on offer and bring the family.

Each open studio does things slightly differently - that's what makes visiting such a fun experience. Just look for the signs and ring the doorbell.

Information to plan your visit

AAH is run on a voluntary basis by the artists themselves. It began with just a few artists over 40 years ago, making it one of the first of its kind, and has continued to grow ever since.

Any serious practitioner in the fine or applied arts living/working in the defined area may apply to join. The discipline could be painting, sculpture, ceramics, textile design, photography, print-making or jewellery. Work shown must have been produced by the artist; mass-produced objects and work by artists not in AAH are not accepted.

How to find art

You can browse a full list of artists, or plan your route using our interactive map.

You can mark your favourite artists before the event, so you'll be able to make the most of the weekend.

If you would like a reminder to be sent to you before the weekend, please join our mailing list.

For artists

If you are an artist living in Chiswick, Hammersmith or Shepherd's Bush, and you would like to take part in Artists At Home, please follow this link for more information.

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