Exhibitions

HWAT SPRING SHOW 2017

The HWAT Spring exhibition is at The Old Kings Head, Brockdish, from Tuesday 2nd May to Sunday 4th June 2017.

Meet the Artists on Sunday 7th May from 3 – 6pm at The Old Kings Head.

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HWAT SPRING SHOW 
2nd May – 4th June 2017
The Old Kings Head
Brockdish
Norfolk
IP21 4JY
Tel. 01379 668843

Opening Times: Tuesday to Thursday 10am-10pm, Friday & Saturday 10am-11pm, Sunday 10am-9pm. Closed on Mondays. Visit www.kingsheadbrockdish.co.uk for more details.

All work in the exhibition is for sale. A percentage of all sales will go to the East Coast Hospice.

hwat-spring-exhibition-brockdish-may-june-2017Some artists will be opening their studios all week. See individual artist pages.

Harleston & Waveney Art Trail 2017 (HWAT)
24th – 25th June 2017
1st – 2nd and 8th – 9th July 2017
All artists studios will be open 11am – 6pm over three weekends.

Start planning your art trail by visiting the HWAT Open Studios Artists 2017 page (with map), or download the full-colour Harleston & Waveney Art Trail Guide 2017 [PDF, 5.3 MB].

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Art Trail brochures are always available locally in many outlets in the Waveney Valley, including shops, libraries, pubs & restaurants, in addition to our partner gallery, The Pennoyer Centre (Pulham St Mary, Norfolk). If you would like some HWAT brochures to distribute at a local event or venue, please contact us here.

Harleston & Waveney Art Trail Summer Exhibition
Friday 18 August – Sunday 17 September 2017
Ravenous Café, Raveningham Centre
Beccles Road
Raveningham
Norfolk
NR14 6NU
Open daily 10am – 5pm, all work is for sale.

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In the relaxing setting of the Ravenous Café, the Harleston & Waveney Art Trail Collective will be offering a vibrant show of new paintings, textiles, prints and 3-D work, all inspired by the light, colour and forms of the Waveney Valley. All artwork on display will be for sale, in addition to a selection of cards, prints and other unframed artworks. Entry to this exhibition is free.

If you are planning a holiday in south Norfolk or north Suffolk, visit our page on some places to stay in the Waveney Valley.

Follow HWAT’s exhibitions & events on our news page (blog).