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Belford Arts Festival made its debut in 2017 and showcased over 30 artists and artisans work in a number of venues throughout the village. 

2018 looks to be an even better year and will take place from Friday 27th July to Sunday 29th July. Community led activities will form the line up as well as artists and artisans exhibiting their work in a number of venues throughout the village. Already over 45 artists have signed up to take part! We'll be running our community market as well as providing live entertainment from a number of regional musicians. 

Joining us this year will be Audrey, the Vintage Mobile Cinema. The last of her kind she was one of seven custom built in 1967 by The Ministry of Technology to tour the country, promoting modern production techniques to British industry.

The mobile cinema will be placed at Belford’s Market Square and can seat up to 24 people. As well as film showings throughout the day, the festival group are offering the Red Carpet package to companies or groups wanting to book a private screening. As well as canapés and bubbly served in Market House, a Georgian home overlooking Market Square, before their film starts, groups will also be offered cinematic nibbles and refreshments during the course of their screening. 

For general enquiries about the arts festival and booking the Vintage Mobile Cinema please contact the Festival producer at belfordartsfestivalproducer@gmail.com

If you're an artist looking to exhibit during the festival weekend, we still have a few exhibitor spaces available, so please contact Judy Mudd at jlmudd@hotmail.co.uk. Or, alternatively you can download our application form and guidelines below. 

BAF 2018 Exhibitor Application Form .docx

Guidelines for applicants-4.pdf

   

Why not follow us on Twitter @belfordartsfest and Facebook @belfordartsfestival2018

See below for pictures of Audrey and last years arts festival!

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