Art project to be relaunched in Oulton Broad

A previous Artist's Boulevard in Oulton Broad.

A previous Artist's Boulevard in Oulton Broad. - Credit: Archant

Talented artists are being invited to join in with the grand relaunch of a popular event.

Later this month, the Oulton Broad Community Enterprise (OBCE) will relaunch the Artists Boulevard on Sunday, May 29.

The popular arts showcase will return on the bank holiday weekend, and will run every Sunday between April and October on the Boulevard outside The Quays coffee bar near Nicholas Everitt Park, between 10am and 4pm.

The Artists Boulevard event is organised by OBCE – a voluntary group made up of local business owners and residents who care about Oulton Broad. OBCE undertakes numerous and various projects and events to help promote and improve Oulton Broad for everyone.

A spokesman for the organisers said: 'It's a chance for painters, sculptures, performance artists and musicians of varying abilities to showcase their creative skill and imagination in producing works to be appreciated by the public. The focus is on any works produced primarily for their beauty or emotional power.'


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Local artist Nadia Sondh took part in one of the very first Artists Boulevard events back in 2006 and has since been travelling the world. She will return to the Artists Boulevard on May 29 and exhibit how she has evolved as an artist.

She said: 'My creations are heavily influenced by the time I spent in India, I will be bringing a little piece of Rajasthan back to Oulton Broad with live henna painting and framed Mandalas and I am really looking forward to the energy and atmosphere surrounding live art on the day.'

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? If you haven't before exhibited at the Artist's Boulevard the cost of a stall is just £10 for the whole year, and you can attend on as many Sundays as you like. All you need to do is email obce@oulton-broad.co.uk for the form to join Oulton Broad Community Enterprise or find them on Facebook (Oulton Broad Community Enterprise) or Twitter @YourOBCE.

? Are you organising an event in Lowestoft? Email mark.boggis@archant.co.uk

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