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Art Car Boot

Free Event — Arts
Art Car Boot

As part of Art Exeter, pop down to the Quayside to experience the 2023 edition of the AWEsome Art Car Boot.

It’s the last day of the festival, so don’t miss this popular event where you can join the artists, enjoy a cocktail or two and pick up a great piece of unique artwork for yourself or a gift.

Expect a feast of cultural offerings on sale, from fine prints to handcrafted wares. Local recycling glam-queen Caroline from the Avocado Workshop will be putting a Gonk on it, while endangered species will be rendered in paper, card and fabric by Creatarts. There will be ‘cottagecore’ upcycled art, collaged textiles, ceramics, paintings and some old-school analogue photographs to wonder at! If you’re looking for that special something and you haven’t found it in any of the exhibitions or other shows in the city, gird your wallet and enter the fray!

It is always a friendly, family atmosphere and the sun tends to shine. Don’t forget to look in on the local traders while you’re down on the Quay – from antiques hoards to delicious fresh bread, beer brewed on site and even kayaks to hire (though don’t mix the last two, please). It’s all pretty much covered for a brilliant day out for everyone – and, of course, don’t forget your sunscreen!

Why not combe a visit to the Art Car Boot with a Public Art Tour. Artists Liv Pennington and Jonathan Wright will be leading an adventure around Exeter, creatively responding to public art works. The morning tour will finish at the Art Car Boot and the afternoon tour wil start from there. The tours are free to book and ‘pay what you can.’ Book here

Ticket Prices: Free

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  • Date(s)

    • Sun 18th Jun 2023 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

  • Location

    Piazza Terracina Exeter Quay

  • Age Range all

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