Friday 2 August – 8 September 2019
Open every day 10am – 5pm
Venue: The Raveningham Centre, Beccles Road, Raveningham, Norfolk NR14 6NU
Entry: £6 (£5 members of Waveney & Blyth Arts), under 18s free. Pay on entry only
The sixth annual Sculpture Trail will again feature site-specific work, 3-D constructions and sculpture by artists from East Anglia in the lovely setting of the Raveningham Centre, near Beccles. In 2019 artists are being asked to explore the theme of The Woven Woodland through materials, structures and creative ideas.
The site is made up of three acres of lawns, shrubberies and orchard around Tudor buildings which house a range of intriguing artisan businesses and a café. For 2019 a new area of woodland, which gives views out over neighbouring meadows and pasture land, is being opened up and provides new opportunities for artists to make work on a larger scale. The Trail, which drew almost 4,000 visitors in 2018, is curated again by Sarah Cannell.
A pop-up gallery in the farmhouse will show prints, paintings, textiles and fragile pieces.
A family-friendly event – drawing materials and resources available to keep younger visitors interested.
Parking: plentiful free parking and designated disabled parking.
Toilets: including a wheelchair accessible toilet and nappy changing facilities.
Ravenous Café will be open every day for light lunches, drinks, cakes, and home-made refreshments, and will feature an exhibition of textiles.
Additional activities on site (to be confirmed)
Curator’s Guided Walk
BSL Curator’s Guided Walk
Art & Movement Workshop – Exploring the Trail through Line and Movement
Family Arts Workshops
Drawing and other Visual Arts Workshops