Take part in Wayfaring
Those of you who attended the Inside Out event Wayfaring by artists, And Now: back in 2016 will be interested to know that the project continues in its exploration of the ancient, Icknield Way.
They are staging a Wayfaring event on Wells Beach, Wells-Next-The-Sea, Norfolk in May.
To remind you, Wayfaring is a journey of exploration, inspired by the present landscape and ancient routes of the Icknield Way. Along these routes, artists And Now: will create a series of artworks in Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) inviting audiences to think about movement and migration; how we arrive at, understand, inhabit, protect and leave an outdoor space.
Using local and found materials the artists will craft an installation on Wells Beach which audiences can move through, investigate and contribute to. On the final weekend illumination, music and performance will transform the installation in a rousing celebration.
There is an exciting opportunity to take part in this event on Wells Beach in May
Wayfaring at Norfolk & Norwich Festival, And Now: phoro, Nick Read
Gather at Wells-next-the-sea beach on Saturday 3 February 12pm- 2pm to find out more.
There's an opebn call-out for people to help the artists create the installation on the beach and to encourage members of the public to experience the piece of work and participate in some of the performance aspects of the installation.
which runs from 22 – 27 May.
And Now: will be using local and found materials to craft an installation on Wells Beach; when the installation is complete it will from the centrepiece for night-time celebrations with illumination, music and performance.
Please come to meet the organisers and artists, And Now: at the beach café at Wells beach at 11.45am on Saturday 3 Feb, where we will spend time explaining the project, the participation opportunities and taking part in some artistic activities alongside the creators of the project. For further information and to register your interest please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Charlotte Reeve, Norfolk & Norwich Festival,Participation & Engagement Assistant on 01603 877767.
The Icknield Way runs from Norfolk to the Dorset Coast and has existed since pre-Roman times. Following the Premiere in Norfolk, And Now: will also create installations in two other Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the North Wessex Downs and Dorset.