303 Projects is a not for profit contemporary art gallery and project space in Lowestoft, Suffolk, run by artist Alexander Costello.
The gallery aims to champion contemporary art in Lowestoft and engage and enrich the community through the promotion and delivery of a high quality contemporary art programme of diverse and inclusive exhibitions, screenings and talks by and with local, national and internationally recognised and renowned artists.
The gallery invites collaboration, exchange and opportunities with local, national and international artists, arts organisations and institutions.
303 Projects is a CIC (Community Interest Company) and run for the particular benefit of the Lowestoft community, as well as encourage a broader visiting public to the area.
Alexander Costello studied Fine Art at the Slade School of Art (MFA) and Middlesex University (BA Honours, 1st Class). He is an award winning, multi-discilplanary artist and member of the Royal Society of Sculptors. Exhibitions include the Courtauld Institute, London, Le Confort Moderne, Poitiers, and the Swiss Institute, New York. His work is held in many public and private collections, including the BFI and FRAC.