We are thrilled to announce the winning poster of Art at the Beach on Saturday 3 June 2023, has been designed by local artist, Alison Adcock!!
We LOVE the colours in Alison’s artwork and feel it was a great fit to promote Art at the Beach for June 2023!
But let’s be honest… this was a tough competition!! All those who submitted a piece for the competition didn’t give us an easy job of choosing the winning poster! But we would like to thank everyone who got involved and submitted a design. East Anglia hosts a very talented bunch of creatives!
So, what’s next?… you can expect to start seeing this poster scattered around Suffolk and hopefully further afield. If anyone would like posters or can help distribute please get in touch and or leave a comment at the bottom of this post.
Thank you to everyone who is involved and we look forward to sharing the list of exhibitors with you VERY soon!
We love to promote local artists and what better way than to have the work of a local artist on our poster for Art at the Beach!?
It’s easy to apply…
Download the template below to see exactly where your artwork will be placed (it will be cropped, so keep this in mind!). For example, see the picture below with the grey area? The grey area will be taken up with your artwork.
This is a competition and the final artwork will be chosen by the Creative Streak trio and announced on 5 February 2023.
What’s in it for you?.. Well, in exchange for us having the right to use your submitted artwork on our posters for the event (this includes printing the artwork on our posters and flyers which will be shared in print and online), we will give the winner a free pitch at the event on Saturday 3 June 2023! Wahoo!
Top tips… Please do not feel you have to create a new artwork for this poster competition. Simply go through your portfolio and submit one to five artworks that you think would sit well with our branding for Art at the Beach.
T&Cs: By submitting an artwork to this competition you agree for us to print your winning artwork on our posters and share the artwork design via print and on our social media channels, website and other forms of advertising. There is no time limit on how many times we can reproduce, print or share this design for our marketing and merchandise purposes.
We will be accepting entries until 28 January 2023.
After the success of our first Art at the Beach event last month, we have two dates secured for 2023.
If you want to exhibit, please follow the link below to apply for Saturday 3 June 2023.
Applicants will go through a selection process for the June exhibition. Applicants will receive an automated email confirming acknowledgement of their application and can expect an answer in December 2022 regarding the status of their application. If you are successful, you will be emailed a link to make payment for your pitch.
Click the button below to read the full T&Cs and to apply.
Thank you and we look forward to receiving your application!
First of all, a huge thank you to all the exhibitors, visitors and supporters of the event, without you, none of this would be possible!
On the day we had an eclectic mixture of artworks on show and what a feast for the eyes it was! We also had a demo tent which housed Lois Cordelia, Catalina Carvajal and Toby Mayhew, who all demonstrated their incredible talents as artists by painting live.
We also had an activity tent that was free to visitors on the day. The tent was run by five wonderful ladies from the After Hours Collective and they helped guide people through the activities available, which varied from pebble decoration, mini flags and beach themed collage.
A unique van was also on display and this was kindly brought to the event by Suzanne and Alex from inc_Suffolk (menta). The van was painted by artist, My Dog Sighs, and it made for an exciting addition to Art at the Beach.
To see more photographs of the day, please click here. Photography by Fern Nicholson and if you share/use these images, please give her credit, thank you.
Art for adults. All skill levels welcome! £15 per person. Ticket includes a wine or beer upon arrival. Art materials provided. Each month we will be using different mediums, techniques and methods. 228 High Street, IP11 9DS.
Held once a month on a Wednesday. Limited availability. See you there!
Wednesday August 24th – Watercolour bouquet – Learn some simple watercolour techniques to paint an array of beautiful flowers.
Wednesday September 21st – Cat collage – Inspired by the work of Nia Gould, we will be looking to create cat portraits through the medium of collage.
Wednesday October 19th – Frida Kahlo – Mexican artist, Frida Kahlo, is the inspiration of this workshop and we will be combining it with painting onto wine bottles!
Wednesday November 23rd – Christmas watercolours and calligraphy – Paint a beautiful Christmas inspired watercolour artwork framing some sentimental Christmas words in calligraphy.