Working in collaboration with Norwich School and Norwich Cathedral communities is a new Norwich-based artist residency, the first of its kind, for portrait artist, Rosie Phillips. The gallery space will be becoming a working studio for the artist and we can't wait to see what she will produce.
Rosie will be resident from early January through to the middle of February. During this time she is going to be working to capture pupils, staff and members of the Cathedral community in a series of outcomes that will include drawings and paintings.
There will be a series of Open Studio Days when visitors can book in for a special studio visit to see work in progress and take part in an informal Q&A session with the artist;
Open Studios will be taking place from 5 - 8 February
Session 1: 2pm (limited to 20 people)
Session 2 : 4pm (limited to 20 people)
To make sure you don't miss out to book your place click here.
The residency will conclude with a public exhibition of Rosie Phillips's work 'Close' from 10-15 February 2024 in The Crypt Gallery. This exhibition will be curated by Contemporary and Country and will be a display of recent paintings and outcomes from the residency.