Art & Exhibitions

Art showing children in gas masks has been deemed "inappropriate" to be shown at a Norfolk nature park.

A gigantic drawing of a house was laid out in the grounds of one of Norfolk's grandest homes in a 'barn-raising' art project.

The region's biggest art fair promises to offer a line-up from across the globe when it returns to St Andrew's Hall in Norwich later this year.

A struggling community centre has been given a major revamp, thanks to the efforts of a band of volunteers working on a shoestring budget to turn it into a thriving arts venue.

A brand new festival of art, light and sound will hit the streets and venues of King's Lynn for one night only later this month.

The artist behind some of the city's colourful pineapple art has been revealed.

Two Britain's most celebrated artists will feature in exhibitions at Diss Corn Hall this autumn.

Norfolk's 'The Screwdriver Artist" who used painting to help him battle his demons will be giving back with an exhibition at a Norwich pub to raise funds for Norfolk Blood Bikes.

Artist Rosalie Osborne Gibb is exhibiting a new collection of her work at Mundesley Methodist Church.

Magdalene Odundo OBE is one of the world's most esteemed artists working in the field of ceramics and a new Sainsbury Centre exhibition will celebrate her work.

The programme for the latest edition of a much-loved arts festival has been unveiled.

Grosvenor Fish Bar has the answer to the question "what is a Norwich?" and is displaying it boldly on its windows for all to see.

The call for applications has gone out from one of the biggest contemporary art fairs outside of London, which is set to return to Norwich later this year.

Meet the artist whose latest work is inspired by Great Yarmouth's amusement arcades, candyfloss and doughnut stalls, fairground rides and circus. She's even created her own six foot tall Hotdog Man and taken him for a day out at the seaside.

A variety of free art workshops will be held in Norwich this month as part of an exhibition.

A showcase of works by two important British artists is bringing a splash of colour to Diss over the summer.

A multi-million pound masterpiece by one of Britain's most celebrated artists has been saved for the nation - after an eleventh hour Norfolk-led fundraising bid stopped it from being exported.

An art exhibition is currently taking place at north Norfolk's church on the hill.

An art sale will give budding artists a chance to exhibit their work and raise funds for an important village project.

New paintings by Norfolk-born art prodigy Kieron Williamson will be on show at The Gallery, Holt, from July 6, in an exhibition marking ten years since the discovery of the artistic talents of the teenager dubbed 'Mini Monet'.

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