Staithes Festival of Arts and Heritage

Staithes Festival has established itself as one of the friendliest festivals on the coast – a must-see event in the regional arts calendar.

Festival 2024 is on Saturday 14 & Sunday 15 September, with preview night 7pm-8.30pm Friday 13 September

Doors of cottages are thrown open as pop-up art galleries in a unique selling exhibition. 

Celebrating the history and heritage of Staithes with a programme of walks, talks, photographs, and film shows.

North York Moors, Scarborough Borough Council and Welcome to Yorkshire
Light on the Beach

Glenn Kilpatrick www.whitby-photography.com

Staithes Festival Artists Beginning with J

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Suzanne Jewellery

Suzanne designs and hand makes glass beads, buttons, baubles and flowers using a technique known as lampworking – ‘the art of making small objects from glass rods melted in the flame of a torch’. Suzanne's discovery and exploration of the art of lampworking has drawn her towards the use of glass as a medium to incorporate into her jewellery designs to inject colour and contrast to the other materials used. Using her silversmithing skills and the glass beads she has made, Suzanne produces a range of jewellery which includes necklaces, bracelets, earrings and cufflinks. Workshops also available from her studio in Barnard Castle in this fabulous technique.

Venue: Hill Cottage, High Barrass, Staithes TS13 5DE

Medium: Lampwork Glass Jewellery

Emma Welsh Jewellery

Emma is currently a resident artist at Arnup Studios in York where she designs jewellery collections in gold, silver and Platinum. Emmas work is strongly inspired by natural themes and demonstrates her passion for the ancient, traditional techniques used in her work. Emma has been working and teaching in York for over 15 years and is a regular exhibitor at the Festival.

Venue: Kindly Light, Wesleyan Chapel, Chapel Yard, Staithes TS135BS

Medium: Jewellery

Studio, Liz Jones

Liz Jones is a printmaker and textile designer based in Cumbria. Inspired by her rural environment, she uses the linocut method to create handprinted textile designs which she screen prints by hand onto linen and cotton to make into lampshades, cushions and other homeware. She also produces limited edition linocuts using the reduction method. She’s has exhibited throughout Cumbria and beyond and regularly runs linocut workshops in Cumbria and the neighbouring counties.

Venue: East View, High Street, Staithes TS13 5BQ

Medium: Linoprint screenprinted textiles