Welcome to 2022 at The Art Station! We begin the new year with registered charity status, and a packed programme of exhibitions, workshops, events and new opportunities planned for the coming months. Read on to find out what's coming up soon.

2022 at The Art Station

Saturday Nature Walks

We’ve recently launched an exciting new series of family friendly community nature walks every Saturday! 

Come and join local artists Hanna Varga and Jevan Watkins Jones and get inspired by nature, with creative workshops taking place back here at The Art Station following each walk. Everyone is welcome, come as you are! All art materials and refreshments are provided by us.

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New Work By Henry Driver

An awe-inspiring, immersive new experience by artist Henry Driver launches here on Friday 4th March!

Unseen & Unceasing invites you to explore the incredibly vivid, hidden world of connectivity. Created in response to both the history and future of telecommunications, Henry Driver’s new work celebrates the legacy of the former Saxmundham Telephone Exchange and asks you to question what the future of telecommunications holds…

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Work From Here...

If you work from home and fancy a change of scenery, our friendly, creative co-working community is continuing to grow!

We’ve launched an offer to convince you to come along and try working with us. Our co-working space includes high-speed broadband to keep all your work–whether you’re a designer, developer or freelancer– running smoothly. Just use code FREE-HALF-DAY when you sign up to book your first session for free!

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Helen Gilbart: Book of Hours I & II

Pandemic-inspired, mixed media project by artist Helen Gilbart launches here on the 8th April!

800 small, mixed media paintings on playing cards were made between the first lockdown in March 2020 and June 2021, produced entirely within the artist’s rural studio near the Suffolk coast. The project forms a visual chronology and journey through the pandemic, utilising symbolism and references to take us all the way from northern European Vanitas skulls, to the axe heads of the Norfolk Happisburgh dig, via the US presidential election.

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