Art and Culture in Norwich
Download the latest Art and `culture in Norwich and Norfolk brochure here.
In order to celebrate the 650th anniversary of Julian of Norwich, the Friends of Julian are organising an exhibition in autumn 2023.
The details of the ‘Call to artists’ can be found here.
North Norfolk Open Studios
The North Norfolk Studios next Open Studios event is scheduled to run from Saturday 27th May to Sunday 4th June. It includes the Spring bank holiday on 29th May. The cost of taking part is £70 (new members will be required to pay an additional £1 lifetime membership fee)
For more information go to https://www.northnorfolkstudios.co.uk
Wighton 23, message from the curator
Rachel Allen has been along to Wighton Church and put together a few ideas for artists submitting to Wighton 23 Cycle.
Cromer Artspace events
Now, Then and What Next – Programme for Cromer Artspace Autumn Exhibition and Festival 2022
Booking and details at cromer-artspace.uk – events at Cromer Community Hall, except James McDermott at Cromer Library
|Thursday 20th October||10-30 -3Make a ceramic tile with Karen Pearson||7-9 Treasures of the Museum Wayne Kett|
|Friday 21st October||10-1 make a porcelain vase with Holly Mai Burton||2-4 Figure drawing with Kate Munro||7.30 Magic Lantern ShowPeter Stibbons|
|Saturday 22nd October||Puppet Shows 11.30- 12 and 4-4.30 and puppet making workshop 12.30-3.45Gemma Khawaja||8-10 Fiasco QuartetKate Munro, Keith Hobday, Jon Payne and Ivan McCready|
|Sunday 23rd October||Sarah Harris textile workshop||7-9 Hugh Lupton Story TellingSpirit of Pace|
|Monday 24th October||Teresa VerneySinging in Harmony10.30-1||Phil Barrett Let’s Talk about Art||George Savva 7-9 Strange AttractorsMaths and Art|
|Tuesday 25th October||Rosemary AppletonPoetry workshop 2-4||Phil Barrett with Rachael Long, Malca Schotten and Laurence EdwardsA Life in the Arts|
|Wednesday 26th October||Suzie Hannah 1.30-4Animations and animation workshop||Poetry Open Mic with Rosemary Appleton 7-9|
|Thursday 27th October||James McDermott11-1 Reading and Writing GriefTeresa Verney 10.30-1Singing in Harmony||Anne BossinghamWriting workshop2-4||Jazz with Cliff and Francesca Andrews 8-10|
|Friday 28th October||Amy Cartwright Lino-printing workshop Seashells 10-4||Poppyland 8-10Bertie Anderson Haggart|
|Saturday 29th October||Ben Cartwright 9.30- 1.30Writing Character in Fiction||Samia Malik 8-10|
|Sunday 30th October||Yoxman film and Q&A with Laurence Edwards 7-9|
Now, Then and What Next exhibition of contemporary art at Artspace on the Prom 11-4 daily
Wighton 23 Cycle
Following two years of bi-annual exhibitions the project’s annual Summer exhibition of Contemporary Art is back – offering artists with a connection to Norfolk the opportunity to respond to the unique architecture and outside space of our new venue – All Saint’s Church Wighton.
Calling contemporary artists from across Norfolk, or those connected to the area, Rachel Allen from Mandell’s Gallery is the selected curator for 2023 and offers the following brief to create new work for Wighton23 Cycle.
For more details available here.
Lino Printing workshop
To book this workshop please contact Kirsti Crofts, email@example.com
Cromer Artspace, Open Call
Now, Then and What Next? 20th October to 30th October 2022
This is an Open Call for artwork to be exhibited at Artspace on the Prom as the core of the Cromer Artspace Autumn Festival 2022. There will also be festival events at Cromer Community Hall.
The theme, Now, Then and What Next? is about heritage, placemaking and future possibilities, but is not intended to be narrow in any way. It could include views, questions, ideas about the social, physical or imaginary aspects of Cromer, the region, the coast.
Artists may submit up to three works for £5 for each work. Submissions must be made by midnight on 31stJuly. Work should not have been previously exhibited. Payment will be taken through the website.
Please submit up to three images and description to cromer-artspace.uk. The maximum file size is 2Mb
Images should be 300 dpi and clearly labelled with title and artist’s name and contact details.
For each image we need to know the size of the work, the media used and the title, with a brief description of how the work meets the brief.
2D works should not be bigger than 1m square and should be ready to hang with D rings and wire/cord attached. All original work, including photographs and editioned prints will be considered.
3D works should be able to fit on a plinth 36cm square.
We can also accept submissions for digital works.
Work will be selected by a panel of practising artists.
We will provide invigilation and will not take commission, but artists will need to insure their own work.
Selected artists will need to deliver on 17th October between 10.30 and 5.30 and to collect on 31st October between 10.30 and 2.30. We provide a snack lunch on 31st as a chance for participating artists to get together and chat.