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Free art workshops to be held in Norwich

PUBLISHED: 14:40 14 July 2019 | UPDATED: 14:40 14 July 2019

Artists will be running free workshops in Norwich. Photo: Courtesy of Lydia Haines

Artists will be running free workshops in Norwich. Photo: Courtesy of Lydia Haines

Lydia Haines

A variety of free art workshops will be held in Norwich this month as part of an exhibition.

Artists will be running free workshops in Norwich. Photo: Courtesy of Lydia HainesArtists will be running free workshops in Norwich. Photo: Courtesy of Lydia Haines

Four Norfolk artists are currently displaying their work in The Undercroft Gallery and alongside the exhibition of paintings, sculptures and installations, they will be offering free workshops open to everyone.

The workshops kicked off on Saturday with a workshop on visual poetry.

Workshops will also take place on mixed media sculpture (Wednesday, 17 July from 2-5pm), screen painting (Monday, 22 July and Tuesday, 23 July from 2-4pm) and drawing and collage (Friday, July 26 from 2-5pm).

The CUSP exhibition itself is free entry and is open everyday until July 28 from 11am to 6pm.

CUSP artists will be running free workshops in Norwich. Photo: Courtesy of Lydia HainesCUSP artists will be running free workshops in Norwich. Photo: Courtesy of Lydia Haines

The artists involved are Esther Boehm, Lydia Haines, Alison Dunhil and Helen Breach.

Artists (left to right) Alison Dunhill, Lydia Haines, Esther Boehm, Helen Breach will be running free workshops in Norwich. Photo: Courtesy of Helen BreachArtists (left to right) Alison Dunhill, Lydia Haines, Esther Boehm, Helen Breach will be running free workshops in Norwich. Photo: Courtesy of Helen Breach


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