We’ll be announcing our full 2021 programme, which includes several creative walks, soon.
Our last walk in 2020 was the;
Industrial Great Yarmouth Photography Walk with Mark Cator
Take part in a guided photography walk with photographer Mark Cator around the South Denes area of Great Yarmouth identifying with industry in the urban landscape and its importance within a shared cultural heritage. The walk will start and end at Mark’s studio with refreshments, a discussion on landscape photography — from the 19th century photographer P.H.Emerson to todays’ practitioners — and an opportunity to review your own images.
This event is led as part of the Norfolk Creativity & Wellbeing Week, 18th to 24th May 2020. This year, themed around ‘Positive Futures’, showcasing culture, health and wellbeing events for all ages.
Each year we organise a programme of guided walks that each highlight a particular part of our patch and celebrate connections with creative people from the past or present day – or provide an opportunity to be creative ‘en route’. The walks are led by artists, writers, historians, ecologist, volunteers and local people with a passion for place.
The extraordinary creative richness of this area is reflected in the fact that since 2011 over seventy unique walks have taken place – each one focused on different creative connections. Our 2020 programme included creative walks inspired by the landscapes and places in our area.