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Visual Arts Guide 2018 Norfolk & Suffolk


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Welcome to the ARTSeast Visual Arts Guide 2018

Cover image: Winkle Brig on the Broads by Vanessa Lubach

For centuries, both Norfolk and Suffolk have


provided inspiration to - and a home for - artists of



all genres. Our big skies, stunning landscapes,


North Norfolk

beautiful coastline and historic towns and cities


South Norfolk

are an artist’s dream.


East Norfolk

This exceptional cultural heritage continues today


West Norfolk

with a wide range of vibrant, contemporary



galleries, artists and makers, arts courses and


North Suffolk

exhibitions across both counties.


South Suffolk

This Visual Arts Guide is designed to give a


East Suffolk

general overview of the people, places and events


West Suffolk

that make up the artistic scene in our region.


Constable Country

It is both a handy guide for arts lovers but also an


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For the purposes of this guide, we have divided Norfolk and Suffolk into rough approximations of

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Norwich At the heart of Norfolk, the fine city of Norwich has

the country - the Norfolk & Norwich Festival. It is also

inspired and nurtured generations of artists for

the setting for the prestigious Norwich Print Fair which

centuries. The renowned Norwich School of Painters,

showcases the work of contemporary printmakers in

established in 1803, celebrated the region's stunning

the city.

landscape and brought together several generations of romantic artists including John Sell Cotman, John Crome, Robert Ladbroke and James Stark. Their paintings stand as testament to our great city. Today the thriving Norwich Twenty Group comprises almost 90 members including painters, sculptors, installation and conceptual artists, printmakers and photographers. They aim to put on two exhibitions each year. Arts students flock to Norwich to enrol on one of many of the highly-respected courses at institutions such as Norwich University of the Arts and the Anteros Foundation. The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts at the University of East Anglia is a fantastic exhibition space and has welcomed artists of world renown to showcase their

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In October 2018 the streets of Norwich will again

GoGoHares! sculpture trail. From June, fifty sculptures

provide inspiration for Paint Out Norwich - the UK's

will be decorated by local artists and placed around

only juried plein air art competition. This popular

the city as a follow-up to the incredibly successful

event has grown in size since it was first conceived

GoGoDragons! and GoGoGorillas! trails from previous

and has even offered artists the chance to take to the

years. Wild in Art are working with the charity Break

water to paint from a canoe on the River Wensum.

once again with the trail helping to celebrate their

Norwich is home to one of the biggest arts festivals in

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North Norfolk Think North Norfolk and you’re immediately transported to

The region is also home to some stunning stately

a land of big skies and sweeping coastline. The view

homes that often host events and exhibitions for art

around each corner inspires the artist to pick up their

lovers including Blickling Hall and Holkham Hall. Art

paintbrush and the photographer to reach for their camera.

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stunning market towns and villages housing numerous galleries, studios and arts venues, you can sense the creative buzz in the air. From the lovely coastal towns of Cromer and Sheringham to Blakeney, Wells-next-thesea and the beautiful Holkham Estate, the coast road offers a number of picturesque places of interest. Further inland the towns of Holt and Fakenham offer the chance to purchase eclectic pieces of art, ceramics, jewellery and other creative products. The fantastic Holt Festival also offers artists the chance to enter their work for the prestigious Holt Festival Art Prize. The fantastic Coast Arts Festival (Cromer and Sheringham Art and Literary Festival) incorporates a wide range of art forms throughout the year, including painting, sculpture, dance, theatre, literature, photography, installations and workshops. Each summer the picturesque village of Cley-next-thesea is home to a renowned month-long exhibition at St Margaret’s Church. Called Cley 18, it runs from July 5th-August 5th and is not-to-be-missed.

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South Norfolk To the south of Norwich and reaching down to the River Waveney on the Suffolk border lies the picturesque region of South Norfolk. This area is awash with lovely market towns including Wymondham, Diss, Attleborough and Loddon, each offering their own creative output. Alongside its stunning 12th century Abbey, Wymondham also has a thriving arts centre in the heart of the town. From May to November, Wymondham Arts Centre runs a varied programme of exhibitions and events from their base in Becketâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Chapel, with something for everyone. With its picture-perfect mere, the market town of Diss is home to DesignerMakers21, a collective of local makers who produce a stunning range of arts and crafts from their town centre premises and prestigious auctioneers T W Gaze who hold art auctions every Friday. Close by, the lovely village of Harleston is home to the Harleston and Waveney Art Collective which comprises an eclectic mix of talented artists who hold a successful annual art trail over two weekends in May. They also host group exhibitions throughout the year. From 2018, the town of Thetford will host various arts events throughout the year, giving visitors a fantastic chance of catching something when they arrive. South Norfolk is also home to ARTSeast Magazine - the regionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s premier arts publication and publishers of this guide. Waveney Valley Sculpture Trail

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East Norfolk

Great Yarmouth beach

Providing artist inspiration for centuries, the Norfolk

Great Yarmouth. Once seen as a bucket-and-spade

Broads is a timeless, idyllic paradise covering more

resort, the town has in recent years rebranded itself

than 300 square kilometres.

as a destination for arts and culture. The hugely

The lakes and waterways of the Broads - fanning eastwards from Norwich to the coast - are home to more than a quarter of the country’s rarest wildlife and affords ample opportunities for artists both on land and on water. The landscapes, boats, churches and waterways of this region feature heavily in the works

successful Great Yarmouth Arts Festival returns in June, with cultural activities, shows and events in a range of locations around the town. And Great Yarmouth will also be a satellite town for the GoGoHares exhibition, with hares featured at key places such as the Time and Tide Museum.

of many of the celebrated artists from the Norwich

The Out There Festival in September hosts world-class

School of Painters.

circus and street-art performances. And the team

The region’s towns and villages including Wroxham, Brundall, Filby, Ludham and North Walsham offer up a variety of galleries, eateries and sightseeing opportunities. On Norfolk’s eastern coast lies the holiday hotspot of

behind it, SeaChange Arts, also has year-round arts and performance events, plus training in their hub at the Drill Hall. The Maritime Festival, also in September, includes art exhibitions and gives visitors the chance to try their hand at painting.

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West Norfolk

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Norfolk’s western region is an enticing mix of

Its wide range of galleries, shops and eateries are perfect

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homes and historic sights. The royal residence of Sandringham is a must-see for visitors to the area. Its renowned spring and Christmas craft fairs showcase the work of local artists and makers and the house’s sculpture trail is a fun, family day out. King’s Lynn, Downham Market and Swaffham are home to some fantastic art galleries and antique centres and many of the area’s villages including Dersingham and Castle Acre hold successful art trails throughout the year.

The area also hosts some brilliant arts festivals including the Swaffham Visual Arts Festival in October and the King’s Lynn Festival in July. And this year, from March 25th to July 15th there will be a stunning exhibition of Damien Hirst’s work at beautiful Houghton Hall. The beaches and marshes of the north and west coast have for centuries provided inspiration for artists and it’s easy to see why. The rolling sand dunes and

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Ipswich Maritime Festival

Located on the River Orwell, the Suffolk town of

The redeveloped waterfront area is a must-see for

Ipswich is a hub of creative and artistic talent.

lovers of the arts and is home to a range of cultural

Students come to the town to study the arts in all its

organisation, galleries and restaurants.

forms with some fantastic courses on offer.

Educational work has also started this year for

Visual arts have always been prominent in Ipswich.

2019’s Elmer’s Big Parade Suffolk, which will see 50

The stunning Christchurch Mansion, houses the

painted model elephants stampede Ipswich. The art

renowned Wolsey Art Gallery. This fine Tudor mansion

trail will be based on children’s favourite Elmer the

itself boasts a history of more than 500 years while

patchwork elephant and follows 2016’s Pigs Gone

the gallery houses the largest collection of paintings

Wild Art Trail. The trail raised a phenomenal

and sketches by Suffolk artists Thomas Gainsborough

£200,000 for local charity St Elizabeth Hospice and

and John Constable outside of London.

was visited by a quarter of a million people.

The town is also home to some exciting galleries

Each summer the renowned Ipswich Arts Festival -

which host a programme of events throughout the

known as Ip-Art - takes to the streets of the town and


has a strong visual arts presence.

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North Suffolk Defined by the meandering River Waveney, North

arts organisations that give the area its creative feel.

Suffolk is a tranquil haven of pretty villages and laid

Both Bungay and Beccles are famed for their regular

back market towns.

antique fairs and street markets and Eye is home to

For centuries, the beautiful countryside of this region has provided inspiration for some of the country’s

The Bank community arts centre and cafe which holds regular art classes and exhibitions open to all.

best-loved artists. The village of Mendham is famed as

In Bungay, Black Dog Arts aims to develop art and

the birthplace of Suffolk painter Sir Alfred Munnings.

craft in the area and holds workshops, talks and

Mendham Mill, the artist’s childhood home and scene

exhibitions. The lovely Georgian Fisher Theatre in

of some of his most famous paintings, stands proudly

Bungay also holds regular art exhibitions in its gallery

looking much the same as it did in Munnings’ day. Eye, Bungay and Beccles are all home to galleries and

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South Suffolk Nestled against the Essex borders, South Suffolk is a

and the wealth of Tudor buildings still in existence

beautiful area steeped in history and artistic heritage.

today is testament to that success. The town has a

The picture-perfect villages and towns of this region

wide range of art galleries and antiques to tempt

offer up a host of galleries, museums and fantastic


independent shops.

Just a few miles away is the lovely village of Long

Sudbury is home to Gainsboroughâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s House - the

Melford. Famed for its antique shops - the well-known

birthplace of Thomas Gainsborough. Now a museum,

TV series Lovejoy was filmed here - it is also home to

the house has a permanent collection of the artistâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

an eclectic mix of art galleries. On the outskirts of the

work and is a treasure trove for art lovers. There is a

village are two lovely stately homes, Long Melford

wide range of exhibitions and workshops held

Hall and Kentwell Hall, both of which host events and

throughout the year.

exhibitions throughout the year. The pretty villages of

Close by lies the beautiful village of Lavenham. In medieval times, Lavenham flourished as a wool town

Clare and Cavendish are also well worth a visit with some lovely galleries, museums and eateries.

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East Suffolk

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Barbara Hepworth sculpture at Snape Maltings

The stunning Suffolk coastline is famed both for its

variety of mediums - display and sell their work in

lovely seaside towns and beaches but also for the

this beautiful setting.

inspiration it provides to artists of all genres.

Away from the coast, the inland towns of Halesworth

The holiday hotspots of Lowestoft, Aldeburgh,

and Woodbridge also house excellent galleries, arts

Southwold and Felixstowe offer fantastic shopping,

centres and museums.

dining and entertainment, plus a wealth of galleries to showcase the work of both local and national makers. This is a region of iconic landmarks from the lighthouse at Southwold, Maggi Hamblingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Scallop beach sculpture at Aldeburgh to the House in the Clouds at Thorpeness. Felixstowe hosts the annual exhibition Art on the Prom in September which attracts many art lovers to this coastal gem. Over 100 artists - working in a 30 |

Festivals play a big part in the life of this region including the renowned Latitude Festival at Henham Park, near Southwold, the Southwold Arts Festival, the Aldeburgh Festival and the Halesworth Arts Festival. Snape Maltings, near Aldeburgh, is a creative hub of both art and music and its beautiful setting has inspired many musicians and artists to create some magical work.

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West Suffolk

St Edmundsbury Cathedral

Suffolkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s western region is home to a range of historic

theatre, film and exhibitions. The town also has a

towns including Bury St Edmunds, Haverhill and

very active Art Society which has been established for


over 60 years.

Beautiful Bury St Edmunds has a rich cultural

Just outside the town lies Blackthorpe Barn which

heritage. Famed for its stunning Cathedral and Abbey

hosts craft fairs and exhibitions including the annual

Gardens, it is also home to some excellent art

exhibition of works by dynamic group Artworks made

galleries and exhibition spaces. In July this year an

up of 30 contemporary artists from the region.

ambitious memorial art trail in Bury St Edmunds will mark 100 years since the end of the First World War. Local artists have created 18 pieces which will be displayed in public buildings and spaces throughout

Newmarket, famed for its racecourse, is home to many artists specialising in equestrian art and is the setting for the National Heritage Centre for Horseracing & Sporting Art at Palace House.

the town until November. They will then be auctioned in aid of West Suffolk Hospital.

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Constable Country

Munnings Art Museum, Castle House

Straddling the border of Suffolk and Essex is a

Aside from East Bergholt and Flatford, other main

beautiful swathe of villages known as Constable

villages include Dedham, Lawford and Capel St Mary.

Country. The artist John Constable was born here and many of his most famous paintings, including The Hay Wain were inspired by the local landscape. Constable was born in East Bergholt where his father

There are many walking tours available around the area to help visitors walk in Constableâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s footsteps. Dedham is also home to the excellent Munnings Art Museum at Castle House, the home of famous artist

owned Flatford Mill. The National Trust now has a

Sir Alfred Munnings. Lady Munnings opened Castle

centre at Flatford and offers tours of the sites that

House to the public in 1961, two years after his death.

Constable painted, plus the chance to visit an

Between October and March, visitors can view an

informative exhibition on his life.

extensive collection of his lifeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s work from drawings to paintings and advertising posters.

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