Looking for a way into the education sector? Have a passion for youth work? Seeking a new adventure? Look no further!
As part of the European Voluntary Service, Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC) in Budapest, Hungary is offering an unmissable opportunity for young people, aged between 18 and 30, to work within the education sector.
01.09.2015 - 01.09.2016
The Project Room, devised by two of the Arts Centre's education interns, is taking its first steps - and we want young people to get involved!
Open to students between the ages of 16 and 22, The Project Room is a free workshop-led programme which poses the questions 'what is Art's place in society?' and 'how can Art develop into a career?'
09.01.2015 - 18.04.2015
Months of hard work have now come to fruition as the King's Lynn Arts Centre Trust has been accredited as a European Voluntary Service (EVS) organisation!
It is with great delight that we can now announce the success of our garden volunteers' work.
They have earned an award from the Royal Horticultural Society and Anglia in Bloom in the 'It's Your Neighbourhood' community programme.
This exhibition highlights the talent of young artists working locally as well as in the rest of the UK.
A few of these artists have recently graduated with BAs and MAs in Visual Arts. This show offers the chance to see a wide range of different artworks.
10.01.2015 - 17.01.2015
Due to popular demand the sewing workshops continue!
Every Saturday morning a sewing workshop will be given by a local artist giving you the opportunity to brush up on existing skills or learn new ones. Come and enjoy sewing in a relaxed environment, help yourself to a cup of tea or even a biscuit or two.
10.01.2015 - 14.02.2015
Based at Walcott, Barrington Farm is a unique day centre for adults with learning difficulties. With practices ranging from painting and drawing, to textiles and printmaking, this exhibition offers a variety of expressive visual arts. Through their work each individual has a voice and the capability to communicate thoughts that may otherwise be difficult to articulate.
24.01.2015 - 28.02.2015
Lisa Smith's work explores the juxtaposition created through the use of colour and form. By taking found paper and applying a unique rolling system, the paper is regenerated into a new life and form.
The making process organically manipulates the layering of paper, determining colour, shape and light - leaving a sense of tranquility and the possibility of a new understanding.
Lisa Smith born in King’s Lynn, studied for her BA and MA in Fine Art at UEL London, lives and works in Basildon and is currently the artist in residence at Wat Tyler Country Park.
24.01.2015 - 28.02.2015