Exhibitions at GroundWork stimulate discussion and greater knowledge between artists, creators, community leaders, scientists, campaigners, and local people. We host regular events 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 GroundWork.




Tea for Trees

Come and join us to support the planting of new street trees to improve the environment of King's Lynn. This is a joint initiative between the Gallery, the Civic Society and the Council.


Waste transformed - a project for Science Week 9-18 March 2018







Some exciting events and projects are planned for the Spring season! Look out for details shortly. A study day on the Art and Politics of Waste; Readings and courses on The Poetry of Waste; A special showing of Trashed, a film by Candida Brady, featuring commentary by Jeremy Irons, with a q&a with the film-maker....

The latest initiative for trees.

To read about the background to our campaign for trees, look here: trees in the town....

Waste Transformed

This is a project funded by the British Science Association for Science Week https://www.britishscienceweek.org/ We will work with a group of women who have survived domestic abuse, part of a new group called 4Transform. Inspired by the work of Jan Eric Visser we will explore waste, its composition and its potential for becoming something more creative, useful, beautiful, quirky, thought-provoking, practical...

Jan Eric Visser collecting rubbish from along the banks of the Great Ouse river, which he has made into art objects for his show TrashArt 10 March -2 June. This will be an inspiration for the Waste Transformed project