Art & Exhibitions

The Young Norfolk Writing Competition Showcase will be broadcast tonight Friday July 3 at 6pm GMT on YouTube.

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.

Join poets from across the world for an international poetry reading hosted from Norwich and streamed online for free by The Assembly House Trust

Up until recently, farmer Peter West, aged 90, was still checking on the family’s Waveney Valley beef cattle herd every day.

North Suffolk farmer, painter and aircraft enthusiast John Constable Reeve was a man of quiet authority and a lot of talent. We take a look at an eventful life

Free arts programme from Assembly Online continues with Norfolk-based writer and curator’s reading and Q&A about famous filmmaker Derek Jarman’s garden under the shadow of a nuclear power station in Dungeness.

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.

An atmospheric picture of a Norfolk river was to have been one of the stars of a new exhibition at Norwich Castle. The show has been postponed but visitors can still enjoy The Eel Boat by John Sell Cotman

A pair of artist friends have completed their second book featuring 40 original paintings, drawings and collages, two months after being forced to put the project on hold by lockdown.

Assembly Online: free lockdown arts performance from Norwich-based charity includes dance project based on birdsong

Sculptures and drawings by a celebrated Suffolk-born artist have been acquired by a Norwich cultural hub and attraction.

The National Centre for Writing has launched an initiative supporting young creatives in Norfolk.

Lockdown Norwich-based online arts programme ASSEMBLY ONLINE continues on May 14 with an artist screening from Louis Henderson

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?

Lockdown Norwich-based online arts programme ASSEMBLY ONLINE continues with an international poetry reading hosted by a Norwich-based poet

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.

Free arts programme from The Assembly House Trust continues with an online critical reading discussion to join in with during lockdown

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

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