The art works around Cromer that formed the Bigger Picture project have been removed and put into storage while we develop plans for more great works around Cromer from September 2022. Watch this (art)space for details of an exciting project in conjunction with the National Gallery. The following artists were in The Bigger Picture:
Thanks to Marcus from Artyfax you can now take a virtual tour of Artspace on the Prom
Each year Mike Bossingham takes on the #Walk1000miles challenge. This year Mike is being sponsored for local charities. This quarter he is walking for Cromer Artspace! Please donate to help Mike reach his target.
The gallery opens on April 30th for a very special fundraising show titled ‘It All Starts Here’.
Thoughts after Saturday 26th of February – Scribbles from David Batley
Please support us in raising money to give an iconic Art Deco seafront building on the Cromer promenade a new lease of life. We will be redeveloping it into an Art Space for everyone to enjoy. This Iconic Art Deco building at the west end of the Cromer Promenade sits empty, in need of love,…
If you can spare a few hours or more to work with our friendly inclusive team, please come to our Volunteers Meeting on Saturday February 26th from 2-3:30 at Cromer Community Centre on Garden Street.
One of Cromer’s iconic seafront buildings has been given a new lease of life with plans to redevelop the Art Deco building on the promenade. Cromer Artspace and North Norfolk District Council have agreed plans to turn the building into a new Art Space for the town. The charity, which was behind the Bigger Picture…
Winter/Spring round-up of visual art exhibitions and events in Norwich, Great Yarmouth, King’s Lynn, Diss, Cromer and North & South Norfolk artinnorwich.org.uk/issuu-version.html
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. read the full report here Most respondents thought there was a shortage…