Event category: Art

Norman Ackroyd: New Work

This exhibition of etchings by Norman Ackroyd CBE RA, his twelfth biennial solo show at North House Gallery,
includes two of his annual collections: Reading the Landscape, 2019, and Lockdown, 2020, as well as the small series of Lockdown Rainbow etchings and 20 independent prints, large and small, from the last two years.

The show is hung but the gallery is closed because of COVID restrictions. Please see the website www.northhousegallery.co.uk for a film and all the images which can be ordered unframed. Contact gallery 01206 392717

Flatford Nature Day

Seasonal, nature based activities such as pond dipping, spoon carving, minibeast hunting, arts & crafts, and river trips.

£3 per child

The Path, exhibition at North House Gallery, Manningtree

PATH: A Celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the Stour Valley Path as part of the River Stour Festival 2019 with artists Norman Ackroyd RA, Neil Bousfield, May Cornet, Jason Hicklin RE, Melvyn King, Kit Leese, Jane Lewis, Sarah Milne, Ruth Philo, Oliver Soskice, Dina Southwell, Jasper Startup & Linda Theophilus
Private View: 6 July 2019, 2–6pm

More info: http://www.northhousegallery.co.uk



South Stour Churches Festival

Craftsman’s Art & Music’s Measure is the theme for the South Stour Churches Festival, a major festival of arts, crafts, music, talks and literature to be held throughout the month of October across the 15 beautiful churches of the South Stour. 40+ events over 33 days in 15 churches.  The festival celebrates the range of local talent in the creative arts in our 15 communities. Join us for a month of creativity in the arts, whilst also delighting in the architectural splendour of 15 historic churches and the surrounding countryside. More information on the South Stour Churches Festival website.

Full programme can be downloaded here


Harwich Festival 2019

An annual combined arts festival with a strong visual arts strand. A range of artwork will be displayed in many buildings around the old town complete with public art installations and Art Trails. You will also find music, spoken workd, dance and art melding seamlessly as the Harwich Festival unfolds. For more information and to book: http://www.harwichfestival.co.uk