Norwich University

It is a fine city which could be described as being as pretty as a picture.

Shining stars of Norfolk’s great cultural scene were celebrated at a glittering awards ceremony at Norwich Cathedral’s Hostry.

The sharing of ideas and skills is at the heart of many creative businesses which is why fears have been raised over limits to free movement.

Artist Eloise O’Hare steamed into first place in this year’s Paint Out Norwich competition with a colourful artwork inspired by train tracks at Norwich Railway Station.

A £7m multi-storey car park, a new shopping centre, a student accommodation complex and the largest thatched building in Europe have been named among the cream of the crop of new architecture in Norwich.

Dan Zelos finished off a frustrating Renault Clio Cup season with his first ever trip to the series rostrum at the final round at Brands Hatch.

The finalists have been revealed for the EDP Business Awards, the biggest night of the year for Norfolk’s business community.

Budding architects and artists are being invited to get involved in a project to draw a 360-degree view of the city from the top of Norwich Castle’s mound.

Joni Smith cuts and twists them to create exquisitely intricate three-dimensional artworks in exhibition that ponders the future of borders and maps.

Universities in East Anglia have been handed a multi-million pound funding boost to improve their links with business.

An extra-curricular art school has been given £10,000 to open up creative subjects to disadvantaged pupils.

Visual effects students in Norwich are to travel to a London film studio to work with filmmaking students in the capital.

From being sensible with their money to cleaning more, students returning to Norwich University of the Arts for their second year have come up with a creative way to share words of wisdom with freshers at the beginning of their university life.

A number of budding artists from across Norfolk headed to Wells for the seaside town’s annual open air art competition, resulting in an exhibition of over 100 artworks.

After three-and-a-half years helping the region’s economy to grow as chairman of the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership, Mark Pendlington will step down from the role today. Doug Faulkner spoke to him about his reflections on his tenure.

Schools which prioritise the arts say it is becoming more difficult to do so as pressure is piled on traditional subjects.

Dog and phone heritage hounds - a family of friendly soft-toy Go Walkeez dogs are helping children sniff out history

Take a sneak peek and explore three of the galleries exhibiting the work of this year’s MA students at Norwich University of the Arts.

Everything from fashion to fine art, photography, games and moving images have gone on show as part of the biggest exhibition of postgraduate art ever to be held in Norwich.

The efforts of hospital fundraisers will be recognised in a special ceremony at the annual general meeting of the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (NNUH).

Health chiefs have been busy trying to allay fears about a possible shake-up to services at Benjamin Court in Cromer - but some concerns still remain.

A family ruffled a few feathers when they were spotted swanning around in the city this afternoon.

She has lived with a condition called hypermobility syndrome since she was 12 years old.

Norfolk’s cultural champions are set to be celebrated at the annual Norfolk Arts Awards.

It started as a small pilot project in Norfolk to help ex-service personnel get back into work on civvy street.

A Norwich-based artist is feline good as her design ‘The Cats in the Walls’ is brought to life in an eye-catching mural unveiled on London Street.

University champions will be put in Norfolk’s sixth forms and colleges to drive up the number of students from disadvantaged backgrounds going into higher education.

For what it’s worth - time spent studying for a degree can be priceless

Fifty years after Norwich quite literally paved the way by creating the first pedestrianised shopping street in the UK, the pioneering move has been re-enacted.

Art created by a Norfolk teacher is being used to raise money to save the lives of mothers and babies in one of the world’s poorest countries.

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