Ryde Arts returns with an annual programme showcasing creative activities and events

Over the summer and into the autumn, as part of Ryde Arts, you’ll be able to enjoy unique music events, art installations, theatre and poetry, as well as workshops, carnivals, films and more.

ryde arts festival launch

Once again the annual Ryde Arts programme showcases a range of cultural and creative activities and events happening in the town throughout the year.

As well as music events, art installations, parades, theatre and spoken word, some of the town’s venues are hosting regular activities and workshops.

Happening now or soon
At the moment, there are several artists in Ryde taking part in Open Studios, including potter, Sue Paraskeva, whose wood fired ceramics are a must-see.

Sue at the potter's wheel

This coming weekend sees the return of Isle of Wight Pride (20th July), followed by Tea at the Opera (21st).

Next month
The beginning of August welcomes the Party on the Green (2nd-4th).

ryde arts festival printmaking by julian winslow

There’s loads more to look forward to, including two painting with chalk paint workshops with Annie Sloan and not forgetting the Scooter Rally (23rd-25th August).

Find out more
Check out what’s on offer by popping over to our Events OnTheWight Website.

Events on the Wight listings site

We’re sure you’ll find something in the programme to entertain you and stimulate your own creative juices.

A big thank you
The team at Ryde Arts would like to thank the volunteers and sponsors who have helped produce another eclectic programme of art, performance, music and poetry.

Most of all they’d like to thank participants, audiences and the community for their continued support.

See the Ryde Arts Website for regular updates.

Image: © Julian Winslow

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