Cromer Artspace on the Prom
In our 2 seasons (2022 and 23) there were an amazing range of over 30 exhibitions and a research project residency, welcoming over 25,000 people. The 2024 season is in place, starting at the end of March; full details on the exhibition page.
Artists who would like to exhibit in the gallery should read our details on how to apply
Art Deco Building Appeal
Please support us in raising money to improve the iconic Art Deco seafront building on the Cromer promenade. We are continuing to redevelop it into an Art Space for everyone to enjoy.
Cromer Artspace aims to engage and inspire the local community with art in public places, encouraging audience engagement and participation by increasing the understanding of the arts. We aim to be fresh and outward looking, supporting artists and bringing works and events of quality and imagination to Cromer.
Cromer Artspace will enable projects which increase accessibility, support local businesses and help the arts to become valued as a vital part of local life.
The Cromer Artspace Summer 2021 survey report
Cromer wants more art and an exhibition space
A huge thanks to the almost 200 people took part in the Summer 2021 Cromer Artspace survey between July and October 2021. There was a real feeling that, whilst there is an undercurrent of art in Cromer, things could and should be improved.
In 2020 Cromer Artspace commissioned a research project which investigated how other towns have developed high quality, innovative and contemporary public art – opening opportunities on a world scale for participation and understanding.
Interviews were undertaken with interested locals, arts professionals, innovators and grant giving bodies. The resultant report has enabled us to plan and formulate ideas for future possibilities which would be suitable for Cromer.
Cromer Lockdown Views Project
Cromer Artspace offered an opportunity for all-comers to be creative and to use Lockdown Isolation as subject matter. More than 40 people took part, from professional artists to total beginners and the project grew to become an online gallery of paintings, photographs, 3D works, films and poetry. A further 16 moving and energetic entries came from school groups, all reflecting the mood of Cromer during Covid19.
Two A3 sized posters were produced, and each entrant received copies. More were posted around town and are on sale through our website