Saltaire Arts Trail

Art in Unique Spaces

Saltaire Arts Trail is a community arts event held annually on the late May Bank Holiday weekend. It offers an imaginative visual arts programme, celebrating the village’s rich heritage, and offering opportunities to both emerging and established artists.

The Arts Trail prides itself in reaching out to new audiences and making art accessible to all by using imaginative venues - the internationally recognised Salts Mill, public buildings, the homes of Saltaire residents and outdoor spaces around Saltaire, to display visual art outside of traditional settings, as well as delivering new exhibitions and commissions.

We aim to make each Saltaire Arts Trail new and fresh, with commissioned contemporary artwork and with inclusive activities for all.

The tenth Saltaire Arts Trail 2017: 27 - 29 May

miniguide graphicOur mini-guide for the 2017 Saltaire Arts Trail (27 - 29 May) is now online! Click through to the new edition of the Saltaire Review, to see our 4-page mini guide in the centre pages, as well as an interview with our Chair Julia Calver on pages 25 - 27.

 

The mini-guide includes a map of the open houses trail, and listings of special exhibitions, events and activities. More detail on all of the programme will be online in the next few weeks, and as ever, our full 40 page Trail Guide will be available to buy from early May (at a cost of just £1, including free entry to the Makers Fair across the weekend). 

> See our mini-guide in the online edition of the Saltaire Review

 

Saltaire Arts Trail 2016

To find out what was on and the artists that took part check the event gallery. Find out more about the Saltaire Arts Trail weekend 2016 by watching our short film: