The Harleston and Waveney Art Trail (HWAT) is now in its ninth year, and it has gone from strength to strength, with currently almost forty artist members, some opening their studios whilst others take a sabbatical. HWAT has attracted hundreds of visitors to the area, some returning year after year, with many artists benefiting from sales of their work.
Cork Brick Gallery, Bungay, Suffolk
This year there will be two taster exhibitions showing examples of the Art Trail artists’ work; one at the Pennoyer Centre in Pulham St Mary, Norfolk IP21 4QT, and the other at The Cork Brick Gallery in Bungay, Suffolk NR35 1AG. These two taster exhibitions both run from Saturday 20th July to Sunday 4th August 2013 (please check with the individual venues for their opening times, as these may vary).
The Pennoyer Centre, Pulham St Mary, Norfolk
There will also be two ‘mini’ trail routes which map clusters of studios within a similar area, copies of which will be available at Pen and Paper, The Thoroughfare, Harleston, together with copies of the HWAT 2013 Art Trail brochure and a window display of the HWAT area map.
All are welcome to attend this year’s Art Trail Private Viewings, at Pennoyers on Thursday 18th July 2013 at 6–8pm, and The Cork Brick Gallery on Friday 19th July 2013 at 6–8pm.
The Harleston & Waveney Art Trail 2013
The three open studio weekends in 2013 are: 20th – 21st July, 27th – 28th July, 3rd – 4th August 2013.
The HWAT 2013 Art Trail brochure is now available to download, to print off or read offline (PDF, 2.4mb).
The 2013 Art Trail brochure will also be available from the Pennoyer Centre and the Cork Brick Gallery, in addition to tourist information centres, libraries, and many other venues in the Waveney Valley.