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    Default Saturday at the Bluecoat, 1966

    I am very fond of the Bluecoat Chambers. I did, after all spend over 17 years there, running my different businesses. One thing that divided opinion was the Saturday art market held on the railings. How long it had been there, I don’t know but it was free pitch for any artist willing to brave [...]
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    I agree Colin and hope it returns but I wonder how many these days would know of the free pitch being available again, that's if it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ged View Post
    I agree Colin and hope it returns but I wonder how many these days would know of the free pitch being available again, that's if it is.

    I'm not sure Ged exactly what free pitch you mention but people around the town are crying out for artists to show their work for free..
    I've been offered in the last 2 weeks free wall space for as many photos as I want (that they can fit in ) at 3 establishments in the town...thats apart from the offer of an exhibition which is yet to be finalised..they are made up if your work is known.... it brings them custom with people wanting to see the work of local people from the arts world...


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    I refer to Colin's write up that accompanies his photo. I think those outside the bluecoat were more available for sale rather than just exhibit.
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    Sorry Ged, I wasn't sure whether what you said below was aimed at local artists
    who maybe never knew free space was available... I'm just pointing out it is...


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