Art Station project to be launched at Saxmundham on Friday Saxmundham station is to be home to The Art Station project The dilapidated property next to the platform at Saxmundham is set to be transformed into The Art Station featuring a waiting area for passengers, contemporary art exhibition programme promoting high quality art and artists, and an art education programme.
Organisers of the project have agreed a lease with Greater Anglia and are aiming to raise up to 1.5million for the work to breath new life into the station. Use of the building will start almost immediately with the project launched on Friday, June 9, with an engaging virtual reality installation by award winning artist Emily Godden, reimagining the waiting room experience. Award winning artist Emily Godden will be the first artist to exhibit at The Art Station at Saxmundham with a virtual reality installation It will be located in the station waiting room and will coincide with the Aldeburgh Festival weekends, June 9 to June 25. Local artist and project lead Clare Palmier has championed the project from the start and said it will roll out new experiences over the next two years, offering the 3,000 weekly station users and community, a contemporary art experience and an all ages art education programme. She said: "We're looking forward to opening up the building as soon as possible and working with the new franchise holder, Greater Anglia, to turn this exciting proposal into a reality. The first phase coach bags on black friday will be to get the coach outlet atlanta botanical garden building stripped out, cleaned up after years of disuse and to get a temporary caf up and running and a coach outlet locations espagne waiting room for passengers." Described as an "ambitious entrepreneurial project", the aim of the venture is to offer passengers and the local community new facilities, in a phased development, once funds are raised over the next two years.
The proposal has support from Greater Anglia, Saxmundham Town Council, Suffolk Coastal District Council, and Jayne Knight, Arts Development manager for Suffolk County Council, Arts Council England and SSE. Paul Oxley, Greater Anglia stakeholder manager, said: "We're delighted to support this exciting scheme, which coach bags usa online sale will breathe new life into Saxmundham station.".
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