‘Still Lives’ – Polly Cruse
An exhibition of still life photography
Saturday 16th November-Saturday 21st December
Polly Cruse is a Norwich based artist. Her work focuses on the everyday and the relationships between the intangible and the material. This current work is centred on the role of found objects, gifts and memorabilia in the making of a home.
‘Still Lives’ is an exhibition of photographs depicting commonplace objects and ornaments in classical still life compositions to emphasise their importance within a personal and private space and to give them status as objects of art.
Supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, and by Norfolk County Council Arts Project Fund.
Friday 15th November 5-7pm
FREE, all welcome. Refreshments provided.
Polly Cruse will give a short talk at 6pm. Visitors at the launch can enter a free prize draw to win a specially-commissioned photograph of their own objects.
Saturday 23rd November 2-4pm
FREE, advance booking essential.
All ages, but under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
Bring two or three favourite small objects to create your own composition. If possible please bring your own digital camera, although some spare cameras will be available. Workshop led by Polly Cruse and Anita Staff.
Saturday 30th November 12-2pm
FREE, limited places: please arrive by 11.30am to register.
‘In Conversation’ is an informal conversation between artist Giles Round and writer/curator Chris Fite-Wassilak.
This event is BSL interpreted, and is supported by Norwich City Council.