Projects, Waste

Remaking

Sewing, cloth, creative remaking Each season we have been organising practical workshops, artist’s pop-up events, ways to explore making stuff inventively, ethically, environmentally. We are very happy to consider new projects, so please get in touch to discuss any ideas you might have. Sign up to our email list to be the first to know about practical […]

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Previous exhibitions, Projects, Water

Living with water

Living with water: March – May 2019 March – May 2019 This was a project with the Forward Day Centre for Adults with Learning Difficulties to take place in British Science Association’s British Science Week, 2019. Also, the community engagement programme for Water Rising was supported by Anglian Water’s Keep It Clear Campaign. We worked […]

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Stones of King’s Lynn

This is a resource about stones in King’s Lynn which was inspired by the exhibition of work by the great Dutch artist herman de vries ‘on the stony path‘. Starting from his remarkable collections of stones, earth rubbings and assemblages, we were inspired to look afresh at stones all around us in the landscape and […]

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Education

We have initiated a new programme, working together with schools, colleges, community and special interest groups and the gallery, to make connections between art and environment. In an age when our environment is fragile and threatened, we need to pool our creative skills to understand it better – the first stage in improving attitudes and practices. Think […]

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Waste transformed.

March – June 2018 This project is an example of how exhibitions at GroundWork stimulate discussion and action between artists, creators, community leaders, scientists, campaigners, and local people. We host regular projects in the gallery to explore the themes of our exhibitions.Sign up to our email list to be the first to know about events at […]

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Trees and environment

Studies show that trees absorb large amounts of potentially poisonous atmospheric gases from the environment. Trees have been described as the lungs of the earth. They release oxygen into the atmosphere, replacing that which is lost through the burning of fossil fuels. They also filter dust from the air – greatly enhancing the air we […]

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