Kathryn Cooper, Cley 21 artist

Cley 21 nowhere · 1 July – 1 August 2021

Main exhibition venue: St Margarets Church, Holt Road, Cley, open daily 10am-5pm

The exhibition continues: NWT Education Centre, Coast Road, Cley

PLEASE NOTE: The NWT Education Centre is to be closed on these dates and the exhibition will not be accessible.
July 4th – 10.30am – 3.30pm, 6th, 8th, 9th July – Reduced access, 13th July, 15th July, 17th July – No Access, July 18th – 10.30am – 3.30pm, 20th July – No Access, July 26th-August 1st – 10am – 12.30pm & 1.30pm – 4pm, 27th July, – No Access. Also, if it is raining on Tuesday mornings, the creative writing will move inside from 10.30am – 1.30 every Tuesday in July. Please ring Cley Marshes Visitor Centre if in doubt. 01263 740008

Free entry

Catalogue available

Curator’s Tour with Amanda Geitner, Friday 23rd July, 2pm, Cley Church

No need to book

Cley Contemporary Art is produced by the North Norfolk Exhibition Project (NNEP) which was set up by local artists in 2000 and became a charity in 2014. NNEP aims to bring contemporary art to the public in an area where there is no public contemporary art gallery and to provide a place for artists with a connection to Norfolk to show new work.

It is an annual contemporary art exhibition that takes place in St Margaret’s Church and the NWT Visitor Centre, Cley-next-the-Sea and is supported by workshops and events. The exhibition runs from the first Wednesday in July to the first Sunday in August each year

Special thanks to St Margaret’s Church and the PCC for sharing their beautiful church and to the Norfolk Wildlife Trust for the use of its Visitor Centre, the spectacular setting and beach and to the community of Cley-next-the-Sea for their enthusiastic support.