Sudbury Walking Arts Project

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Introduction

About the Project – Sudbury Walking Arts Project is a walking arts research project, comprising of a number of free events, community research and an exhibition open to all. The project is being run by The Public Art Company, in association with Babergh District Council and Sudbury Town Council.

Follow us at @WalkArtSudbury for updates on events.

Over the next few weeks we will be creating a survey of walking and arts in Sudbury both on the ground and virtually, you can take part via the following:

Questionnaire

We want to learn more about what people think about walking and the arts in Sudbury, its your chance to have your say and we’ll be passing on the results to the folks at Babergh & Mid Suffolk. Note: Your contact details will not be publicly displayed and comments will be anonamised by the use of initials only, see form for further info:

Please complete our questionnaire by clicking here.

If you are here to apply for some of our opportunities please fill in the questionnarie above before you leave the site, there’s a link at the end of each application. Thanks!

Paid Walk Testing Opportunity

For paid walking testers opportunities fill in the form here.

Open Day & Workshop

Art Exhibition | Stalls & Giveaways | Free Tea & Biscuits

Community Feedback | Clay Make & Do Drop-in | Dinosaur Trail Giveaways

Saturday 29th May – St Peter’s Church Cultural Venue, Sudbury – 10.00am – 3.00pm

Free – Open to all

Clay Making Drop-in with Cally James

Join local artist Cally for a family drop-in, open to all ages (children to be accompanied by an adult.) Help to create a walking inspired Clay Community Vase! Model your ideas and thoughts about walking in Sudbury and we will add selected pieces to two large vases about walking in the town.

Community Stalls

Find out about work happening at St Peters Cultural Venue and meet a variety of local Volunteer Groups at our community stalls, and enjoy a free cuppa at our volunteer café.

Walking Research

View and comment on previous walking plans, fill in our questionnaire via the QR code. Visitors book and interactive arts area. We invite you to make your own suggestions on how walking could be improved in Sudbury!

Previous Events

Exhibition of Walkshops

Saturday 29th May – St Peter’s Church Cultural Venue, Sudbury – 10.00am – 3.00pm

Free – Open to all

Walking Artist’s Exhibition – Alisa Oleva & Gemma Garwood

As paart of our Open Day we will be exhibiting work from their recent Sudbury Walkshop’s, they will be presenting some of the participant’s creations and reporting on their experience as walking artists in Sudbury.