Art & Exhibitions

Photographs from the 'David and I...' exhibition. Picture Denis O’Regan.

A UK exhibition tour of many ‘never before seen’ photographs of David Bowie is set to kick-off in Norwich tonight.

Kirsty O’Leary-Leesen with the colouring book which features her designs.

A local artist who runs workshops for vulnerable people across Norfolk has had her images selected to feature in an official ‘Team GB and National Lottery Colouring Book’ being given to athletes in Brazil.

Artist Margie Britz. Picture: SAM ROBBINS

An artist who has dedicated two decades to organising exhibitions at a magnificent medieval church is stepping down from the role with a showcase of her work.

Painting by Mick Bensley showing Henry Blogg and his crew's famous rescue of the Deerwood convoy. Picture: supplied

An exhibition of paintings depicting the rescues of Cromer lifeboat legend Henry Blogg opens at the town seafront museum named after the local hero this weekend.

Launch of Paint Out Norwich 2016. Artists, left to right, James Colman, Esther Lemmens, Richard Bond, John Behm, Jack Godfrey, Katy Jon Went, Eloise O'Hare.

Artists are being invited to take part in an open air celebration of painting in our fine city.

A view of Latitude 2016 from the air, by Mike Page

25-year-old Ivo Graham’s self-deprecating depiction of holidaying to the Algarve with his parents was the highlight of a polished performance by the apologetic Old Etonian, writes Matt Reason.

Mike Page aerial pictures of Latitude festival in Henham Park, Suffolk. Photo : Steve Adams

Mock the Week’s James Acaster had the Latitude Comedy tent in stitches with his Brexit-filled routine, but it was how he dealt with one particularly angry heckler that stole the show, writes Matt Reason.

Monet's Garden at Giverny. Photo: Fondation Claude Monet.

Normandy’s stunning landscapes and landmarks have enchanted the paintbrushes of Monet and many other painters. Arts correspondent EMMA KNIGHTS finds out more about the region’s role in the famous Impressionism art movement.

Opening of Groundwork Gallery on Purfleet Street - Dr Veronica Sekules with the first exhibition in the new gallery. Picture: Matthew Usher.

The historic building on Purfleet Street has stood empty in King’s Lynn for 20 years is now finally open as an art gallery, showcasing works by well-known artists.

The Samphire Quilters are holding a Festival Exhibition at St Nicholas Chapel In King's Lynn - Quilter chairman Rosalyn Staveley with some of the quilts. Picture: Matthew Usher.

The stunning pieces by members of The Samphire Quilters are on display at St Nicholas’ Chapel in King’s Lynn until Sunday.

Latitude 2016

Revellers from far and wide are gathering in Suffolk as one of the region’s most popular events gets started.

Norwich Arts Centre director Pasco-Q Kevlin. Photo : Steve Adams

Norfolk is leading the way in the arts as two key organisations from the county have been tasked with helping to boost Luton’s cultural scene.

Let's Eat Grandma, Norwich duo performing at Latitude 2016

There are less than two weeks to go until the start of one of the region’s most popular cultural events.

The Young Norfolk Arts Festival team at Norwich Castle for an event inspired by the British Art Show. The team with one of the exhibits and their own art flags. From left, Hannah Cott, Rose de Lara, Lucy Farrant, Sarah Horton, Emma Kate Rose, Becky Showell, Ella Smith, and Denny Petrova. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

One of the country’s biggest modern art shows is in the city this summer and a team of young people are taking over Norwich Castle on Saturday to put on a special event inspired by the exhibition. Arts correspondent EMMA KNIGHTS finds out more about the free event that everyone is invited to.

The Norwich 20 Group art exhibition at the Forum called Eastern Horizons. New member Carolyn MacArthur with her charcoal and pastel work called David. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Artists from the Norwich 20 Group are presenting their work at two art exhibitions in the city this month.

The Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse heavy horses experience day. Farm manager, Richard Dalton, with Trojan, the Suffolk heavy horse pulling the cart. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The historic sight of heavy horses processing through the city this Saturday will herald the arrival of an ambitious new exhibition in Norwich. Arts correspondent Emma Knights reports.

Latitude Festival 2016

Renowned names and faces from the literary world are to take to the stage at Latitude Festival 2016, as the Literary Arena and Wellcome Trust Hub line-ups have been announced by festival organisers.

Convergence exhibition by Tom Thompson (right) and John Lawson at Greyfriars Art Space, king's Lynn. Picture: Paul Tibbs

Two artists have collaborated a selection of their works for a joint exhibition now open in the Greyfriars Art Space in St James Street.

Lorraine McAslan will be performing in the Academy of St Thomas' 200th performance which will take place on Saturday, June 18 at Salle Church, near Reepham. Photo: supplied.

Musicians from the Norwich-based Academy of St Thomas will be celebrating the ensemble’s 200th performance this month.

The GoGoDragons! were a huge hit in Norwich. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

The GoGoHares! charity art trail for Norwich and Norfolk in 2018 is set to mark the 50th anniversary of children’s charity Break. To celebrate this, Break’s senior communications manager Liz Richards has shared 50 facts highlighting the Norfolk-based charity’s vital work with young people and its fundraising efforts.

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