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The project “Art, Cities and Landscape” is part of a global objective of social cohesion and cultural identity reinforcement in the cross-border area. It was selected as part of the ERDF co-funded INTERREG IVA France (Channel) – England programme.


The partners, the Maison de la Culture of Amiens and the Borough Council of King’s Lynn and West Norfolk, try out common solutions to promote their natural, historic and man-made treasures via contemporary artistic creation, and more precisely by landscape, architectural and visual works.

This project specifically addresses to young
people, especially young artists who are graduates and young persons in social difficulty. It is developed in link with the local population in order to allow the inhabitants to reclaim their heritage and to contribute to the enhancement of their living environment. The project will also contribute to increase tourist attractiveness on both sites, while questioning the tenability and possibilities of sustainable territory development.

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Savages

Savages

26.11.2014

The new festive light show 'Savages' is inspired by and celebrates the work of Frederick Savage, whose fairground machinery was exported all over the world.

The light show will start at 4pm and finish around 10pm and will continue into the New Year.

The light show has been developed as part of the Interreg-funded Art, Cities and Landscape project with Amiens in France and has been designed by French artist Julia Dantonnet.

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Arts, Cities and Landscape Anglia In Bloom Seminar

Arts, Cities and Landscape Anglia In Bloom Seminar

12.11.2014

Following the success of last year’s first symposium

The Borough Council of King's Lynn & West Norfolk in conjunction with Anglia In Bloom

Are pleased to present as part of the Interegg funded Art, Cities and Landscapes project

Arts, Cities and Landscape Anglia In Bloom Seminar

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Night Sailors

Night Sailors

21.07.2014

“Night Sailors” enlightens one of Kings Lynn's most iconic landmarks, the Custom House. That elegant architecture designed in the 17th century by Henry Bell has become a testimony of the town’s Hanseatic history and trading links with Europe.

The first light show will take place at 10pm on 19 July and will be repeated until 11.30pm. The show will run nightly.

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