This page carries a list of artists’ networks. 

49 & Rising: A group of East Anglian artists producing innovative work.

a-n The Artists Information Company – insights for visual and applied artists including expert online toolkits and resources, Jobs and Opps, free public liability insurance and new specialist professional development opportunities

Arcists: A group of seven artists based in the eastern region committed to developing and building teaching resources for schools and museums.

Black Dog Arts: A group of amateur, professional and emerging arts and craft makers living and working in Bungay to find out more read the Black Dog Annual Report or get in touch with  Jan Dungey, Secretary, by ringing her on 01986 895227, or emailing her on

Body Snatchers: A collective of artists based in the Bury St Edmunds area, who work from the nude in a variety of styles and media. You can email the Body Snatchers here –

Harleston and Waveney Art Trail: A collective of professional artists, covering most media and based at Harleston Gallery.

Landing Stage: an exciting new website; it’s a space for ideas and exploration… created to host artists’ and creative people’s ideas and thoughts about the changing coastal landscape here in Suffolk. To find out more go to

Market Project is a collaborative initiative by eight artists and a curator, based in the  East of England, working regionally, nationally and internationally in a variety of media including painting, installation, performance, digital work and beyond. This collective is researching and sharing new methods or opportunities for artistic professional and economic development. Find out more here

Sudbourne Print Makers: A group of East Anglian artists based in a well-equipped workshop in rural Suffolk.

Suffolk Artwork: A website devised and developed by Suffolk artists to exhibit and sell their work.

Suffolk Craft Society:  Supports and promotes the work of contemporary designer crafts people in Suffolk.

Suffolk Exhibitions held their first exhibition at Bawdsey in 2009.  From then on the group has grown considerably and has held weekend and week long exhibitions around Suffolk.  Take a look at to see the members work.

Suffolk Open Studios: A network of artists who open their studios to the public each year during June.

The Curiosity Collective: A group of enthusiasts, designers and artists working in Ipswich, UK. Many are technologists seeking a fun experimental outlet for their technical skills. Other contributors are audiovisual specialists, photographers, art curators.

The Upstairs Gallery is a large 15 roomed arts and crafts venue, in Bungay, that sells original handcrafted and unique works created by a variety of craftsmakers and artists from across the UK.

White Spirit Arts – artists who paint and draw traditionally yet in a contemporary manner – find out more here

If you know of any other artists groups -please let us know.