Art & Exhibitions

The artist behind three controversial sculptures at the University of East Anglia (UEA) has defended the pieces and said they may open up debate on the pressures facing students.

The surreal works of a Hungarian artist are the feature of the first in a series of exhibitions in Norwich forging links between eastern Europe and the east of England.

Stunning images of wildlife are showcased in an upcoming exhibition by a Norfolk photographer.

Schoolchildren from across Norfolk are being given the chance to take part in a special education project running alongside a major art show coming to one of the county’s historic halls.

One of Norwich’s key visual arts venues is set to appear in the new series of the television programme Fake or Fortune?

A Norwich artist has turned some of Norwich’s best known pubs into quirky works of art - and how many can you match up with their real-life inspirations?

The finishing touches are being made to the latest major exhibition coming to the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in Norwich.

British photographer Levon Biss’ series of beautifully-lit, high magnification portraits captures the microscopic form of insects in striking high-resolution detail.

The latest major art exhibition at Norwich’s Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts puts the spotlight on wartime artist and Surrealist painter Paul Nash. Arts correspondent Emma Knights looks at six paintings in the show with exhibition coordinator Laura Peterle.

Painting, textiles and photography will be used in a new exhibition planned for Norwich.

The relationship between creativity and perfectionism will be brought under scrutiny at an exhibition being held at the Red Lion Hotel, Cromer.

A trio of classic films will be screened in a popular Norwich park.

An exhibition of textile art is to feature work inspired by Norwich’s Magdalen Street.

Malca Schotten shows paintings focussing on landscape and coastal forms, late photographer Richard Denyer’s photographs of Norfolk and Outer Hebrides and joint exhibition by painter Tony Scrivener and ceramist Nigel Lambert.

A new display celebrating the life and artistic legacy of Olive Edis is to open at Cromer Museum on March 29.

North Norfolk Photographic Society held a competition for printed pictures on 15th March. The judge on this occasion - a new visitor to the club - was Dianne Gibson, who came from the other side of Norwich to do the honours.

A Norwich University of the Arts student is celebrating winning a prestigious prize in a national art competition

Stones from around the world, pebbles and soil samples feature in exhibition by Dutch artist Herman De Vries at the GroundWork Gallery in King’s Lynn.

A historian from Fulmodeston, near Fakenham, is taking part in a new exhibition at The Forum in Norwich which focuses on identifying people in old photographs.

Acclaimed artist Nina Mae Fowler’s exhibition, The Day Cary Came To Norwich, throws a spotlight on ‘the darker side of fame’.

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