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Norfolk art collective to exhibit work ahead of annual open studios event

PUBLISHED: 11:40 19 March 2018

Three Rooks by Chris Mound, one of the artists who will take part in this year's Harleston and Waveney Art Trail. Picture: Chris Mound

Three Rooks by Chris Mound, one of the artists who will take part in this year's Harleston and Waveney Art Trail. Picture: Chris Mound

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A Norfolk art collective is preparing for not one but two exhibitions ahead of its annual open studios event in May.

Each year more than 20 artists open their studios as part of the Harleston & Waveney Art Trail.

Organised by the Harleston & Waveney Art Trail Collective (HWAT) the event is a chance for members of the public to get a glimpse inside an artist’s studio and meet artists working in a range of disciplines.

Ahead of this year’s open studios event, HWAT are holding two exhibitions featuring the work of artists who will be taking part in this year’s open studios event.

The first exhibit will take place in The Farmer’s Kitchen near Alburgh, from Monday, April 30 until Thursday, May 31.

A second exhibition will take place in Diss Corn Hall from Thursday, May 3 until Sunday, June 3.

For more information visit the group’s website at www.hwat.org.uk

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