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Swaffham Rotary Club host ‘outstanding’ visual arts festival launch night

PUBLISHED: 12:20 07 October 2018

Cathy Warnock with photographs of Rebecca Louise Law�s work, The Beauty of Decay series. Photo: Swaffham Rotary

Cathy Warnock with photographs of Rebecca Louise Law�s work, The Beauty of Decay series. Photo: Swaffham Rotary

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A Norfolk rotary club has welcomed an international artist for the launch event of its 25th annual visual arts festival.

Cathy Warnock (L), Swaffham Rotary, and Rebecca Louise Law (R) taking questions from the audience. Photo: Swaffham RotaryCathy Warnock (L), Swaffham Rotary, and Rebecca Louise Law (R) taking questions from the audience. Photo: Swaffham Rotary

The Swaffham Rotary Club hosted a talk and display with installation artist Rebecca Louise Law at the West Acre Theatre on Saturday, October 7, organised by Cathy Warnock which kicked off the town’s visual arts festival.

Festival events over the next month include a talk and display with artist Jane Hodgson at the George Hotel in Swaffham on Saturday, October 20, and the annual art exhibition at the Swaffham Assembly Rooms from Friday, October 26, to Sunday, October 28.

Vice president of Swaffham Rotary, Stephen Ward, said: “Cathy did an outstanding job and a produced a very successful evening.

“In front of a full house, it was a most lively and interesting evening with a world renown artist.”

(L-R): Maggie Abel, Malcolm Whittley, Swaffham Rotary Chairman, Rebecca Louise Law, Cathy Warnock, Tony Abel, Abel Homes, sponsor of Swaffham Visual Arts Festival. Photo: Swaffham Rotary(L-R): Maggie Abel, Malcolm Whittley, Swaffham Rotary Chairman, Rebecca Louise Law, Cathy Warnock, Tony Abel, Abel Homes, sponsor of Swaffham Visual Arts Festival. Photo: Swaffham Rotary

For more information on events, visit the Swaffham Visual Arts Festival website.

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