South Norfolk

An initial project at Scole with objects from Papua New Guinea concentrated on pattern, decoration, spiritual beliefs and values, local and global identity. A large community project is in course of development in and around Diss, one of a few towns in East Anglia to join the Slow Food movement which originated in Italy. We are aiming to work across cultures and draw together a number of different subjects. We are developing a partnership with Easton College of Agriculture looking at the future of farming and education.