The latest artwork to be added to the Bigger Picture range around Cromer is The Paston Treasure, unveiled by Robert Paston.
Cromer Artspace has been created to encourage arts in public spaces and develop community involvement in the arts. We aim to enable projects which increase accessibility and audience engagement, support local businesses and help the arts to become valued as a vital part of local life and leisure.
An opportunity to be creative and to use Lockdown Isolation as subject matter.
Whoever you are – professional artist, amateur or total beginner – this is your chance to have a go!
Your work will become part of an online gallery echoing the mood of Cromer during Covid19 and may also be displayed around town in the Autumn
Be creative and use Lockdown Isolation as subject matter. Whoever you are – professional artist, amateur or total beginner this is your chance to have a go!
The Cromer Artspace Research Project is well under way and our researcher, Amanda Hensby, has been contacting other organisations both in Norfolk and around the country to find out how they use public art in their areas.