Open Studios taster art show at the Atrium in North Walsham

A piece of art which will be featured in the Open Studios exhibition at the Atrium. A piece of art which will be featured in the Open Studios exhibition at the Atrium.

Friday, April 25, 2014
7:00 AM

Work by many of the best artists in north Norfolk and Broadland will once again be on show in a special two-week display at the Atrium arts centre in North Walsham.

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From May 1-17, the venue will be hosting the 2014 taster exhibition - bringing together works from artists taking part in this year’s Norfolk Open Studios.

A wide range of work will be on display covering a variety of media and subject matters – giving a taste of what the public can expect to see during the main Open Studios event which runs from May 24 – June 8.

The popular event, now in its third year at the Atrium, makes full use of the venue’s high-ceiling gallery area with large windows letting in maximum natural light.

The exhibition, with free admission, will be open from Monday to Saturday, 10am-5pm. The venue will be closed on bank holidays.

All are welcome at the exhibition launch event from 6-8pm on Wednesday April 30.

The Atrium is on Spenser Avenue, near the town high school. Follow postcode NR28 9HZ.

For more information about this and other arts events visit, email or call 01692 400080.

■ One of these events includes drama and theatre classes for all ages on Tuesdays. Sessions cost £4, which need to be booked in advance, and are held between 4.30-5.30pm; 5.45-7pm; and 7.30pm.



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