27/07/2020 – Free speech, Family Festival and 12PM

At Monday’s Creative Catch-Up we will be chatting about Free speech, a Family Festival and 12PM exhibition in Aldeburgh…

Here are the details and links to the information I will be chatting about in my ‘Creative Catch-up’ on BBC Radio Suffolk with @JournoJon tonight :)

12PM, The Garage Gallery, Aldeburgh…

“Twelve Printmakers”, an established group of East Anglian artists first formed in 1984, have a great exhibition at the Garage Gallery  in Aldeburgh from 23rd – 31st July 2020.

Members of the group include : Carl Borges, Kitty Reford, Sally Freer, Anthony Searle, Mel King, David Stone, Terry Kubecki, Julia Vezza, Kit Leese, Bryan Whiteley, Lucy Perry and Alan Woods. Find out more about the artists via their Instagram account @twelveprintmakers

@twelveprintmakers on Instagram

Family Festival for all this summer…

Pukka Herbs have joined up with the Natural History Museum this summer to create a FREE, online, family-friendly festival helping you to be inspired by nature and learn about the importance of life on Earth. The festival runs from Monday 27 July to Sunday 9 August.

Free Speech Podcasts – Suffolk Libraries

We have spoken before about how lucky we are to have Suffolk Libraries and their creative arm of the organisation @Bloc_Arts at the centre of our communities. But what have they been up to recently?

They now have a series of podcasts called ‘Free Speech’ which can be found on their YouTube channel. Featuring the life, work, trials, triumphs and tribulations of creatives from across the region. You can hear BBC Radio Suffolk DJs Angelle and Georgy :)


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