FAMILY SCULPTURE WORKSHOP. Free, fun & friendly!
Come along and build a city!
Bungay Community Centre
Friday 28th October 1-3pm.
For children aged 5-11 accompanied by an adult. All materials provided – but please bring a few cereal boxes, cardboard tubes and egg boxes.
Book free children’s tickets below. There is no need to book a place for accompanying adults. Further info here or message firstname.lastname@example.org
Two Rivers Book Festival 2022
Julia Blackburn and Jules Pretty in conversation.
Thursday 17 November 2022
The Cut, Halesworth
The event will be chaired by Dan Franklin.
Tickets £7 available from The Cut website.
Julia Blackburn and Professor Jules Pretty will be looking at the North Sea through the prism of their books. For more information on this event click here.
ART THROUGH THE AGES
Two distinguished art historian authors, Christopher Lloyd and John-Paul Stonard, will be giving an illustrated presentation, chaired by Grace Adam.
Friday 16 December 2022
The Cut, Halesworth
Tickets £5 available from The Cut website.
Two local art historians talk about their recent books, and review how art and its study have developed. There will be the opportunity to ask questions and discuss the issues raised. Find out, for example, why we need to go to Aberdeen to see Stanley Spencer’s painting of Southwold. For more information on this event click here
See what our creative members are up to…
Arc of the Sky Competition
The angel has landed.
Our competition combining elements of Sculpture in the Valley and the recent Arc of the Sky choral performance in Blythburgh church has been won.
The invitation for artistic responses to the Voice Project’s Arc of the Sky film (still on Youtube) brought in 21 entries – poems, drawings and paintings.
The judge, a professional poet, awarded the prize to Marilda Barton, a Norwich-based member of the choir.
And the prize itself – one of Cindy Lee Wright’s peace angels – was presented this week in a simple ceremony on the city’s Fye bridge.
Read the winning entry and the runners up here.
(Image – Brian Guthrie presenting the Peace Angel prize to competition winner Marilda Barton, pictured with her daughter, Margot. Photo by Ann Follows.)
Sculpture in the Valley 2022
‘A wonderful, contemplative stroll between ‘two worlds.’
‘I feel totally blissed out by a wonderful experience. I’m very, very impressed.’
‘Absolutely amazing exhibition in an amazing setting. Thanks for hosting.’
See our latest blog post for a view from behind the scenes
We asked visitors to Sculpture in the Valley 2022 to vote for their favourite work – and the winner is…
Tobias Ford’s Standing for Something in a Changing World.
Congratulations to Tobias – and thank you to all of our exhibitors – this year’s trail was a huge success and we received so much fabulous, positive feedback from our visitors.