The Trustees of Sculpture for Norwich will be there to discuss the proposal and answer questions, from 10am until 6pm on both days. This is your opportunity to comment on a new public art piece for Norwich
20 Group Naked in Norwich
Now, there's a vision!
You are invited to the 4th Naked in Norwich show, the annual exhibition of the Norwich 20 Group Life Drawing Workshop.
The private view is on Monday 24th June 6:30 till 9:00 at St Margarets Church, St Benedicts Street, Norwich, all are welcome.
This year visitors are invited to sketch Beth and Chris as they move about the exhibition space forming Tango dance shapes for your visual delight. The weather will dictate the amount of clothing they will wear, so let's hope it’s warm!
The show is dedicated to the Memory of Cristina Ivey, a Workshop regular who died last year.
Here's a message from Anteros
Twenty eight artists have been selected to show their work in the Anteros Arts first Summer Open Exhibition. There were some fantastic entries, if only there had been room to display everything.
We are pleased to note that there are several former students of our classes among the artists. Congratulations to you and it's fantastic to see how our courses have helped students along in their creative careers.
So come along and see the standard of the work for yourself. In the Gallery at Anteros, 7-15 Fye Bridge. It's on until the 20th July.
If you fancy polishing up on your creative skills. why not check out the courses we have on offer? There's a huge variety to choose from. Perhaps you could enter next year?....
A Special Talk at Norwich Castle by renowned watercolour artist Gerard Stamp
Saturday 22 June, 2 – 3pm
"Painting is but another word for feeling"
Gerard Stamp’s work features the British landscape and focuses on its architecture of churches and castles.
His current exhibition Gerard Stamp: Conquest, currently on show at Norwich Castle is a series of stunning views of some of Norfolk’s architectural gems, and these new works are available for sale.
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear Gerard Stamp talk about what influences him, what inspires him, and how he works.
Museum admission only: Adult £7, Concs £6, Young Adult (17-25) £5.40, Child (4-16) £4.90, MUSEUMS PASS HOLDERS FREE.
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