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Get Set for Raglan Arts weekend

Running from Saturday 25 to Monday 27 January, Raglan Arts Weekend is a unique opportunity to discover the diverse talents of the local artist community.

Opening Preview Night: Taking place at the Old School on Friday 24 January from 7pm, this is an opportunity to meet the 27 artists taking part in the event and plan your weekend itinerary.

Open Studios: Pick up a copy of the 2014 Raglan Arts Weekend Guide and head off on a trail of discovery around Raglan. Artists participating in the tour work in wide variety of art forms, including painting, sculpture, photography, jewellery and wearable art.

Studios will be open from 10am to 3pm on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Each artist will have work on display and available for purchase, and will be on hand to talk about their creative thoughts and processes. Studios will be clearly signposted, with easy access for people of all ages.


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