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Contemporary Landing +
After a 2 year hiatus, the Contemporary Landing Exhibition is back! This time it's bigger and showcases more emerging, vibrant and exciting talent from East Anglian Creatives.
Maltings Gallery, Snape Maltings
03 June - 03 July
Installation: Through the Motions
An intimate, immersive sound and video installation exploring human engagement with Earth and nature, through the innate natural physics of sound.
Jerwood Kiln Studio, Hoffmann Building, Snape Maltings
7 H E A V E N S
A collaboration with composer Jonathan Harvey. Curated by Devi Singh, and sound by Duncan Chapman
The Dovecote, Snape Maltings
Friday 1 July to Wednesday 20 July
Sculpture at Snape
Ever since Snape Maltings Concert Hall was created in 1967 artists have exhibited and installed work throughout the site, notably pieces by Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore, Tracey Emin, Gary Hume, Sarah Lucas and Ryan Gander.
Around Snape Maltings
Red House Exhibition: Britten & Women
This exhibition celebrates the powerful role of women in Britten’s life – and how they navigated their careers in a man’s world.
The Red House, Aldeburgh
24 March – 30 Oct 2022
Paradise Lost, Paradise Found | Victoria Sebag
New Paintings by Victoria Sebag, inspired by her love of the Suffolk landscape.
Dovecote Studio, Snape Maltings
Tuesday 17 - Sunday 29 May
Festival Exhibition: Paul Benney, Laurence Edwards and Kiki Smith
Benney, Edwards and Smith present their work together in both familiar and unconventional spaces across the Snape Maltings site.
3 – 26 June
Sound Voice: Installation
A unique performance installation exploring powerful stories of voice loss and identity through surround-sound, audio-visual, and settings of three works from the Sound Voice Project, featuring Lucy Crowe and Roderick Williams.
Jerwood Kiln, Snape Maltings
During their lifetime Britten and Pears collected 13 works of art by John Craxton. For the 73rd Festival these will be gathered for display in the Concert Hall Gallery, marking Craxton's centenary year and Britten and Pears’ connection to him.
Concert Hall Gallery, Snape Maltings