The Borough of Ealing Art Trail Returns for 2022

Applications open now for local artists wishing to participate

Pitzhanger Manor by Jane Schofield, one of the participating artists


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The Borough of Ealing Art Trail (BEAT) is back again in September this year.

The event aims to showcase the creative work of Ealing’s artist community to the public. Artist applications to take part in the trail are now open, until the 20 March, on the BEAT website –

After the forced hiatus of 2020, BEAT returned in 2021 with over 200 Ealing artists opening their homes and studios to exhibit their art to the Ealing public, across a total of 63 venues.

Once again the trail encompassed a wide range of artist styles and mediums, from painting and drawing to photography, mosaic, ceramics, sculpture and much more.

BEAT has established itself as an important part of Ealing’s cultural calendar, and it will be returning in September 2022 with more artists, more venues and more artworks for the public to enjoy.

Everyone is welcome to apply to take part in BEAT, whether amateur or professional artist, so long as they live, study or work in the Borough of Ealing. Applications are open for artist to take part as individuals or as part of an exhibiting group.

Alex Ebdon, chairman of BEAT said, ‘We’re delighted to open the doors to Ealing’s artist community once again with BEAT in 2022. After such a fantastic return in 2021, we’re very excited to explore the talent and creativity that lives in the homes and studios across our borough. BEAT is, and will always be, all about enabling any artist to exhibit their work, and all artist are welcome to take part. We’re hoping for another record year with new artists, new work, new venues, and another festival of the creative talent living and working in Ealing.’

For more information on the event and individual artists visit BEAT’s web site.

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February 24, 2022

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