July 21 to August 4, 2017
Open daily 10.30am–4.00pm.
Impressions of this year’s exhibition at St. Nicholas Chapel in King’s Lynn.
We launched the exhibition with the preview on Friday evening. Special thanks go to Robert Rickard, the 14-19 advisor for Norfolk County Council for opening the exhibition and selecting the Syd Davison Award winner.
Looking at the origins of Kettle’s Yard in 1957, it is hard to imagine the legacy it has become. Although Jim Ede would have preferred a stately home, he was offered 4 tiny condemned slum dwellings from the president of the Cambridge Preservation Society.
Wednesday 11th July 2018 1 – 3pm
Bridewell Theatre Bar Gallery
4 July – 1 October
Mon – Fri 10am – 6pm
(viewing by request at St Bride Foundation reception)
and 6.30pm – 11pm during theatre performances.
WNAA members Helen Breach, Thelma Chambers, Helen De Feu, Barbara King, John Lawson, Kit Price-Moss, Louise Stebbing, Les Williams and Pauline Wrighton are showing work at Wells Maltings inaugural exhibition.
Sorry, all workshops are fully booked.
Each year during the Summer Exhibition at St. Ncholas Chapel in King’s Lynn, a series of free art workshops is run by the West Norfolk Artists Association. This year there are 6 workshops to choose from. Four are for any level of experience, one for more experienced painters and one for children.
5 July to 5 August
10 am to 5 pm
The theme for Cley 18 is “the greater the distance the clearer the view” (W G Sebald quote from ‘The Rings of Saturn’).
The members of West Acre Art Club request the pleasure of your company at the Private View of their exhibition at Westacre Theatre on Sunday 12th August 2018 12.00 – 3.00pm.
West Acre Art Club is in it’s eighth year. It meets regularly in the village hall and brings together people who share a passion for creating art.