ArtWaves festival is back, albeit digitally for 2021!
The team has curated an online programme full of workshops, demonstrations, clips and activities for you to get creative virtually.
Alongside this you can still explore the Visual Art Trail and Environmental Monster Trail in person following our trail maps: free to download or to buy as part of our get creative at home pack.
Don't forget we're also hosting an 'ArtWaves Spin Off' in the summer, installations, live art, walkabout puppets and a gallery tour. For now you can save the date with more details expected shortly.
The ice age was fundamental in the East Riding’s evolving natural formation and subsequent development. This is an exploration of the geology, heritage and seaside traditions of the area’s resorts. A series of visual responses explore the challenges and complexities of climate change, and the impact on the East Riding region. Typographic, three dimensional pieces, will encourage viewers to consider the effects of erosion and environmental development.
We will email you the latest competition news, keep you up-to-date on the festival, let you know when competitions open and publicise prize-winners.
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