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Bucks Open Studios will return in 2016 and the largest visual arts event in Buckinghamshire (which also happens to be one of the largest in the country) is on the hunt for artists and makers to be a part of the show.

Painters, ceramicists, glass workers, jewellery makers, photographers and print makers will come together, opening their studios to the public for free demonstrations, hands-on workshops and exhibitions.

“We would love to see some new creative talent taking part in next year’s Bucks Open Studios,” said organisers Bob and Ann Marshall.

“It is a popular and important annual event for the visual arts and we are delighted to be once again offering an insight into the wealth of creativity that is still so prevalent in our county.”

In 2015, more than 48,000 visits were made to events under the BOS umbrella.

“It’s a fantastic opportunity to showcase your skills and work to the general public as well as network with 600 like-minded creative people in the area,” they added.

Fancy getting involved?

The deadline for entries to Bucks Open Studios 2016 is January 31 , 2016.

The event itself will run for two weeks beginning on June 11th.

You’ll get all the information you need by tapping to www.bucksopenstudios.org/membersarea.asp