Art & Exhibitions

Latitude Festival 2016

A spectacular dance line up has been announced to perform at Latitude Festival this summer.

Boardman House, in Princes Street, has been awarded a 2016 regional RIBA East award from The Royal Institute of British Architects. Photo: Owen Richards.

A historic city building that has become home to Norwich University of the Arts architecture course has won a special award.

Robert Eagle, right, of Robert Eagle Fine Art, and artist Geoffrey Lefever, with some of the paintings now on exhibition, by East Anglia artists including Geoffrey, that were bought more than 40 years ago and then stashed away, only coming to light now. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Visitors to a Norwich art gallery can enjoy a collection of paintings of East Anglian landscapes hidden from public view for decades.

BA Fine Art student Natalie Moles-Smith, centre, with members of the judging panel. Left to right: Rt Revd Graham James, NUA vice-chancellor John Last, NUA fine art course leader Carl Rowe, and 2003 Bishop’s Art Prize winner Susan Gunn.

A work of art that highlights the high value we place on the weight of handwritten words has won the annual Bishop’s Art Prize.

Artwork in St Stephen's Underpass organised by Life in a Fine City. 
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

As a new mural is unveiled in Norwich city centre, Courtney Pochin looks at some of the city’s best street art. From the inspirational to the downright weird, it seems Norwich has been covered in it all.

The mural located on the side of Pymm & Co on Ber Street  created by Norwich University of the Arts graduate Poppy Cole and installed by Gorleston based 3D Creations. It is part of a city-wide mural project being led by Norwich BID. Photo: Steve Adams

A colourful collage of Norwich Lanes has been unveiled as the first work of art for a city-wide project aiming to decorate our fine city.

Launch of the Norfolk and Norwich Open Studios Central Taster Exhibition at The Forum. Work by Zelda Eady (print maker).

Art lovers can enjoy a preview of this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Open Studios celebration during a taster exhibition at the Forum in Norwich.

The Latitude Festival at Henham Park.  Picture: James Bass

The Lake Stage line up for this year’s Latitude Festival has been announced.

British Art Show 8 is coming to Norwich this summer. 2. Heavy horses at work: horses of this type will feature in Alan Kane’s performance piece, The History Train. Image courtesy of Norfolk Museums Service

Norfolk’s agricultural heritage is to be celebrated in a special procession announcing the arrival of a major contemporary art event in Norwich.

Members of the Outpost Gallery committee happy to have secured a £47,500 Arts Council England funding to boost their work with artists. From left, Alice Lee, Beattie Fox, Will Black, Matt Wright, Marta Bermejo Sarmiento, Nel, Croose Myhill, and Lisa Selby. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

A Norwich gallery is celebrating receiving a £47,500 grant to boost its work with artists.

Androulla Michael, who teaches art at East Norfolk Sixth Form College in Gorleston, had work from her My Diary #Selfie of a Nobody (365 days) 2015 project on display in the The Art Lab exhibition which ran alongside the Art for Tomorrow conference in Doha. Photo: Kevin J. Larkin.

Cotton swabs used to remove make-up may seem likely unlikely art, but a Norfolk teacher has had her innovative take on the selfie showcased on the world stage at a prestigious event in Qatar.

Martin Green from Break with some of the GoGoDragons! Picture: DENISE BRADLEY.

Fans of the GoGoDragons! will have to wait a little longer to find out what character is set to follow in the footsteps of the fire-breathing beasts.

Artist Will Teather with his inverse perspective work on a globe of the Dormouse Bookshop, at his studio at Muspole Studios. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Norwich artist Will Teather’s innovative painting of the packed bookshelves of a shop in Elm Hill fetched a record-breaking sum at a London art fair.

Stew Gallery and Artists Studios, where many artists found a home, is looking for a new home itself. Pictured here is Gravy, an exhibition/event celebrating independent music, at Stew Gallery and Artists Studios. Photo: submitted.

It has provided a base for artists to develop their work and been a hub for an array of exhibitions and events over seven years, but now Stew Gallery and Artist Studios is looking for a new Norwich home.

The Koons Collaborative put on a Jeff Koons-inspired 'Koons Couture' presentation at Norwich Castle for the Young Norfolk Arts Festival 2015. 
Picture by SIMON FINLAY.

From a fundraising fashion show to a retelling of the story of Rumpelstiltskin, there is lots in store for audiences at this year’s Young Norfolk Arts Festival.

From left to right pop artist Colin Self, chair of the judges Amanda Geitner, Bruar Tidman and Beth Narborough (seated) who was the subject of Bruar’s painting.

Artists and those with a creative flair are being invited to take part in a prestigious art competition.

Holt Primary School teacher Bonnie Stocker and some of her pupils share animal-themed stories with FALCON arts organisation founder Phil Barrett, who is leading a £12,000 art, music and poetry project at five north Norfolk Schools. Picture: KAREN BETHELL

Children at five north Norfolk schools will have a chance to compose music, create sculptures and paintings and hone their poetry-writing skills, as part of a £12,000 arts project culminating in a series of summer exhibitions and concerts timed to coincide with the Holt Festival.

Freelance artists Paul Jennings and Mark Keene work above Pymme and Co on Ber Street on the first of the Norwich BID murals celebrating Norwich's UNESCO world heritage status as a City of Literature.

Work is under way to create the first in a series of murals that are planned to decorate our fine city.

Daniel McGrath sets up his new exhibition in the Mustard Coffee Bar, Bridewell Alley, Norwich.

Everything from the streets of Paris to Darth Vader from Star Wars feature in the kaleidoscope of art on show in a new exhibition at the Mustard Coffee Bar in Norwich.

The new gallery space at the Norwich School's Crypt, with creative projects co-ordinator, Andy Campbell, right, and resident artist Alec Cumming, whose work is on display. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

A colourful array of paintings are adorning Norwich School’s centuries-old Crypt for a new exhibition of work by artist-in-residence Alec Cumming.

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