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David Holgate, jazz musician and stonemason, at Norwich Cathedral where he carved the two figures either side of the West door.
 Photo: Denise Bradley.

His work adorns Norwich Cathedral and many churches across the county, and later this month an exhibition will celebrate the life and work of master craftsman and teacher David Holgate.

Norwich Castle.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

More than 50,000 visitors are set to have enjoyed Norwich Castle’s exhibition of the work of pioneering photographer Olive Edis by the time the show closes later this month.

Take That are coming to Norwich in June 2016. Photo: supplied by DawBell.

From pop superstars Take That heading to Carrow Road to Mamma Mia! taking to the stage at Norwich Theatre Royal, there is lots for audiences to look forward to in Norwich throughout 2017.

British Art Show 8 at Norwich Castle. Work by Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

From cutting edge art to Mary Poppins, our fine city enjoyed an array of cultural treats in 2016. Arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at some highlights.

The Voice Project - Ideas of Flight. Photo: Dave Guttridge

Norwich artist Beverley Gene Coraldean has created a new work of art featuring Norwich Cathedral to celebrate a concert that will be held in the historic venue in January.

Small Stories: At Home In A Dolls’ House will be at Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery from March 4 2017 to June 25 2017.
Pictured is Tate Baby House, England, 1760. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

From a celebration of dolls’ houses to an exhibition about Admiral Lord Nelson to a show featuring the art of Rembrandt – there is lots for visitors to look forward to at Norwich Castle in 2017.

Eight by Eight, at the Fairhurst Gallery, features paintings by members of the Group Eight collective.
Pictured is Storm Sweep Across The Sea by Katie Falcon. Photo: Katie Falcon.

New work by Norfolk artists inspired by working outside in the local landscapes is on show in a Norwich exhibition.

This painting of a bearded tit from 1930 was Jack Harrison's first Christmas card for the trust.

Nick Acheson of Norfolk Wildlife Trust tells the story of local wildlife artist Jack Harrison

Author and illustrator Sandra Derry with her book Curly Sheep's Bad Hair Day at Kinsale Infant School in Norwich. Picture: PAUL DICKSON.

A creative grandmother is hoping to promote the great outdoors for children in a comical new book.

Théodora Lecrinier and Hannah Turner Wallis, who work together under the title Dyad Creative. Picture: Submitted

The Way We Live Now is the result of a six month project by Théodora Lecrinier and Hannah Turner Wallis, who work together under the title Dyad Creative.

Art Fair East exhibition at St Andrew's Hall, Norwich. Organiser Brian Korteling.
Picture: ANTONY KELLY

One of Norwich’s most historic halls has been transformed into a large gallery of visual art as the second Art Fair East opens in the city.

Norfolk & Norwich Open Studios potter Stephen Parry in his studio. Photo: Ben Boswell.

The deadline is fast approaching for artists to apply to take part in next year’s Norfolk and Norwich Open Studios.

An artist off to work: Robert Gillmor sets off at his beloved NWT Cley reserve.

Robert Gillmor, one of the best-known wildlife artists and printmakers in the UK today, shares his love of Norfolk from a schoolboy’s early visit to the Broads to half a lifetime observing and sketching waders at NWT Cley.

Masters of Japanese Photography is at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts until March 19 2017.
Pictured is Kikuji Kawada's Helio-spot and a Helicopter, 1990 � Kikuji Kawada.

A trio of Japanese photographers are the focus of the latest exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in Norwich.

Broadland artist David Dane pictured at Sutton Fen.

 Picture: James Bass

Norfolk Broads painter David Dane shows in as new gallery, French masterworks in Great Yarmouth and Spanish artist Ampparito subverting objects this week offers diverse exhibitions. SIMON PARKIN previews.

Visions: Glimpses of the Spirit of Broadland, an exhibition of the work of artist David Dane. Pictured: First Light Heigham Sound. Picture: David Dane

From first light at Heigham Sound to nightfall at Mautby, an array of enchanting Broadland landscapes painted by artist David Dane are on show in his latest exhibition.

Tracy Satchwill is among the artists whose work will feature in Art Fair East 2016 at St Andrew's Hall. Image: Tracy Satchwill.

Artists, galleries and dealers from across the country and beyond will be gathering in Norwich next week for Art Fair East 2016.

Fishermen & Kings: The Photography of Olive Edis, Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery, 8 October 2016 to 22 January 2017
Motor Ambulance Convoy Commandant Miss Mellor at Etaples, by Olive Edis. Glass plate negative, 1919. 
© Norfolk Museums Service (Cromer Museum)

More than 18,000 people have so far flocked to see the work of pioneering photographer Olive Edis at a special exhibition at Norwich Castle.

Nine works by painter Edward Seago are to go under the hammer at Keys Fine Art Auctioneers in Aylsham.
Pictured is  Early Morning Costa Emeralda by Edward Seago.
Image: supplied by Newman Associates PR.

Nine works by painter Edward Seago are to go under the hammer in Aylsham this week in one of the biggest sales of the Norfolk artist’s work in recent years.

Volunteers at the Dragonfly Gallery in Watton prepare for its 2016 Christmas exhibition, All I Want For Christmas. With gallery manager Susan Hollingworth (far left).

Artists have been exploring their own desires this festive season for a gallery exhibition.

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