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 K

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Adele Karmazyn

Adele is a York based Montage Artist. Her love of antiquities, weathered surfaces and nature are the foundations of her work. Collecting 19th century photographs is where the journey begins, taking the person out of that era and into a new world and time. The costumes, colours and stories of the Victorian era are her inspiration. Adele studied for her B.A.(Hons) Degree in Textile Art at Winchester School of Art. She went on to completing a diploma in book illustration which brought her back to the use of photoshop which is now her main tool.

Venue: Bellebeck Cottage, Beckside

Medium: Mixed Media

Gill Kirk

Based in Pateley Bridge, Nidderdale, Gill has a small gallery “Jack Albert & Gill 2”. From her onsite studio she paints and prints.Expect a bright eclectic mix of flowers, trees and landscapes. Gill will also be showing her new collection of screen printed cushions with a maritime theme.

Venue: Broome Cottage, Mount Pleasant, Staithes, Saltburn By the Sea, TS13 5DG

Medium: Multi disciplinary artist

Mick Kirkby-Geddes

I make sculptures to go indoors, outdoors, do commissions and work in lots of schools. I like to re-use junk metal and give it a new lease of life in my work, it’s like a personal mission not to see anything go to waste. Mixed together with new metal these discarded objects live again as parts of sculptures of animals and birds, in fact anything really. The ideas come from cartoons, children’s books, tv programmes and quite often the shapes of the original objects themselves.

Venue: Roraima House

Medium: Metal Sculpture