March 2020

Art for Cure converts 2020 Art Show to exciting Online Exhibition

PRIVATE VIEW THURSDAY 7 MAY 2020 6PM-10PM CANCELLED

cornucopia of art, sculpture, ceramics, photography, textiles and bespoke jewellery
will go on sale online via the Art for Cure website gallery and social media in the runup
to and over the VE weekend 7-10 May.
It is with regret that, owing to the current COVID-19 pandemic, Art for Cure has taken
the decision to postpone this year’s Glemham event scheduled to take place from
the 7th to the 10th of May 2020. We will be re-scheduling this to take place in Spring
2021.
It is our intention to show the same range of work and our energetic and skilled Art
for Cure team of volunteers will now convert Glorious Glemham to a dynamic online
art exhibition in the run-up to and with a full launch over the same weekend in May.
There will be an exciting mix of themed micro-galleries, auctions and online pop-ups
where our audience and collectors can buy.
More new artists than ever before join designers, ceramicists, jewellers and sculptors
to form a cornucopia of art, carefully and creatively curated and drawn from the best
across East Anglia and the nation.
All works will be for sale raising funds for national breast cancer research and
supporting breast cancer services here in Suffolk.
Belinda Gray, Chair and Founder of Art for Cure, says:
“We could never have imagined this situation arising and our concern goes out to
everyone who is affected by this unprecedented situation. Our planned event was a
major fundraising event for Art for Cure supporting funding for vital national breast
cancer research as well as services for those facing breast cancer here in Suffolk.
We trust that our existing online exhibition and events will enable collectors to
support our work and enhance their homes with new pieces of their choice. it is our
intention to continue to showcase and sell a wide range of artists and designers from
across the country and East Anglia.
Art for Cure intends to remain on track to reach a million pounds raised for breast
cancer research and services since we started in 2014. The people of Suffolk and
more widely across the UK have been extraordinary in supporting the Glemham
show and your support this year, as ever, is incredibly welcomed.”