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As things start to ease back to normality, many of us are eagerly awaiting our first piece of non-virtual culture.

The Norfolk and Norwich Art Circle have put out a call for artists to take part in a virtual exhibition showing new works of art made during lockdown.

A fantastic new art piece at Winterton-on-Sea by nationally recognised duo Cooking Sections is the perfect way to enjoy art during this turbulent time. Kate Wolstenholme speaks to the duo.

Local artists who were set to open their studios up to the public, as part of Norfolk Open Studios, are instead shifting their attentions online.

Do you know an arty youngster who likes a challenge?

With some of the world’s greatest photographers turning their hand to garden wildlife photography during lockdown, Kate Wolstenholme talks to Norfolk wildlife photographer Tom Welton to get his hints and tips on successfully capturing the life in our gardens.

Just because we can only leave our house for daily exercise and essentials, it does not mean that your passion for art must be put on hold. Here are some local organisations who have shifted their attentions online to help us all keep busy and productive within the safety of our homes.

Take a look at the winners and runners-up of Norwich University of the Arts’ ‘Beyond the Frame’ youth photography competition.

Following on from the 11 local artists to discover during lockdown, see how those artists are still managing to work at home.

Depending on what you have in your cupboards, there’s always something you can do to get your kids creative!

Kate Wolstenholme selects just some of our region’s artists you should go and check out online during self-isolation.

Norwich craft shop and gallery The Giggly Goat celebrated its sixth anniversary in March. Kate Wolstenholme talks to owner Helen Fisher.

Take a look at all our Pet of the Day winners from last week and a video of the runners up!

Kate Wolstenholme visits Yiannis Assiouris in his Norwich studio.

Opinion Just ‘be a lady’ they said

Saturday, February 29, 2020

If you have not already seen Be a Lady They Said, by Girls. Girls. Girls. Mag, put it on your to do list. Following on from the likes of ‘#LikeAGirl’ and ‘This Girl Can’, Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon reads the words of poet Camille Rainville, who lists a whole manner of contradictory and conflicting messages and instructions which girls are told throughout their lives.

The new exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts showcases the art and architecture which prevailed from the interwar movement of Art Deco.

A student-led exhibition in Norwich is making people aware of nature issues and supporting people affected by the Australian wildfires.

From Samson and Hercules to Stephen Fry, take a trip around the city centre to discover the sculptures and statues of Norwich.

A new exhibition on at NUA’s East Gallery explores the landscape of the Broads through three individual illustration projects.

Laura Wilson’s film-based work, set in the heart of the Bronze Age settlement of Must Farm near Peterborough, is the exciting new contemporary art show on at the Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery.

It’s a problem familiar with many twentysomethings – how do you get decent financial advice? Kate Wolstenholme says it needs to start at school

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