The Deputy Lord Lieutenant browsing the fair after officially opening it
The Deputy Lord Lieutenant browsing the fair after officially opening it
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Harrogate International Visual Arts Expo opened by Deputy Lieutenant of North Yorkshire

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The Deputy Lord Lieutenant of North Yorkshire and owner of Rudding Park, Mr Simon Mackaness officially opened HIVE on Friday 20 November 2015 with a ribbon cutting ceremony and a short speech.

Mr Mackaness then toured the viewing many of the displays.

The event is a major selling fair, featuring independent artists, dealers, galleries & art suppliers.

There is also a feature pop-up exhibition of local artists hosted by the event major sponsor Artfinder –  it lets you have a go at curating your own personal exhibition on an interactive screen.

Hive 20-22 November 2015

 

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Using the artfinder screens to curate their own exhibition
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Lee from Stratstone MINI with Scott Atkinson, the art student who won the competition to design the wrap for the new MINI Clubman, in front of the wrapped car

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