Each season of exhibitions is accompanied by different events, which might be conferences, small discussions, art and writing workshops. Everything we organise is about developing a greater understanding of art and the environment.
Our latest Tea for Trees event will be on 13 March, 4.30 - 6. Hear from Rick Morrish of the King’s Lynn Civic Society and Richard Fisher, Tree Officer for the Borough Council about how our tree planting campaign is going and to join in the next fund-raising phase. We have an ongoing campaign for new street trees to be planted in the town of King's Lynn. It is a joint initiative between GroundWork Gallery, the Civic Society and the Borough Council.
The current event season will culminate in an exciting and topical conference on 17 May, Water Rising: Art, Innovation, Change and Development to be held at Thoresby College, tickets £28.84 to include lunch. Bookable here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/groundwork-gallery-19823275339
The events and community engagement programme for Water Rising is being supported by Anglian Water’s Keep It Clear Campaign. We are working together with them to look at the use of water in the town of King’s Lynn, working with various community groups and local businesses.
Once events are past, they are not forgotten. Here you will find records of past events, some of which are part of ongoing programmes. If you missed them the brief accounts here will give you a flavour of what happened...