Art & Exhibitions

An extra special guest has hopped in to the 2017 Royal Norfolk Show Masquerade Ball - the newest GoGoHare to be revealed.

An art exhibition showcasing the talents of some of Great Yarmouth’s most enthusiastic students has been hailed as “the best yet.”

Looking for something to do in Norfolk between June 12 to 18? Arts correspondent Emma Knights highlights 15 shows and events to enjoy.

There is still time to enter the Holt Festival - Sir John Hurt Art Prize - but artists need to hurry as entries close at midnight on Sunday (June 18).

It is an era which produced arguably some of the best pop music, and worst hairstyles.

The beautiful landscapes of Norfolk and beyond have been turned into miniature masterpieces by Norwich artist Garry Raymond-Pereira.

University students were given the chance to work alongside a Turner Prize-winning artist Richard Long to create a film about his new exhibition.

Meet Osc-Hare - the shiny gold GoGoHare who is the first of the decorated characters to be revealed for a special art trail celebrating children’s charity Break’s 50th anniversary next year.

Great Yarmouth’s annual arts festival gets underway on Friday bringing ten days of events across multiple venues on both sides of the river.

With the glorious weather this past week many of us will have been sitting in the warmth of the sun reading our favourite book.

Norfolk is being transformed into a giant gallery of art with artists galore opening up their studio doors to the public.

Arts correspondent Emma Knights finds out more about this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Open Studios.

From sculptors to painters to textile-makers - more than 500 artists across Norfolk are taking part in a 16-day celebration of art which starts todayMay 27.

It’s great when an act pleasantly surprises: and at this gig at Norwich Theatre Royal the audience got two unexpected delights.

The GoGoHares sculptures set to hop into Norfolk in 2018 are being snapped up by sponsors, but there is still time for businesses and other organisations to get involved in the charity art trail.

More than 300 post-war paintings which represent the remaining works from a remarkable collection amassed by a Norfolk art dealer and gallery owner who enjoyed a national reputation is set to go under the hammer in the county next week.

What a great performance. The Family Jazz All-Stars are an impressively coordinated small group that plays with a strong focus on rhythm and improvisation.

A capacity audience was held in thrall by the playing of the cellist, Steven Isserlis at his solo recital on Friday evening, performing three of Bach’s Six Suites for unaccompanied cello, interspersed with music by Kurtag.

Three north Norfolk youngsters had a chance to have their artwork professionally framed and put on show to the public, as a part of an annual competition run by Stody Lodge Gardens, near Holt.

Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts hosts exhibition of striking and colourful solo works by one of the most exciting artists working in Britain today.

A Norwich theatre company will be basking in the moonlight with its latest show this week.

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