Norwich has been named as the UK’s first sharing city, joining the likes of New York, Barcelona, Athens and Dallas - with an ethos that people and businesses in the city can benefit from helping each other.
Karen Reilly is writer and performer with the art-rock band The Neutrinos and co-founder of the award winning KlangHaus, a promenade live music show that reacts to the architecture of the ‘venue’, be it a bus depot, animal hospital or The Royal Festival Hall ceiling. Karen also helps run the hugely loved Playhouse Bar in Norwich city centre and lives in a 300 year old converted city centre pub. Karen talks to Gina Long
A portrait of former health minister Edwina Currie made from a montage of eggs led to Norwich college student Richard Bromley-Derry winning this year’s Norfolk Art and Design Competition run by Norwich University of the Arts.
From a giant iPhone selfie booth and retro arcade to beautiful textiles and captivating animations, this year’s Degree Shows at Norwich University of the Arts are a stunning showcase of the work of the next generation of artists and designers.
Damien Hirst’s controversial contemporary art and north Norfolk’s historic Houghton Hall may seem worlds apart, but they prove the perfect mix in a new exhibition. Arts correspondent Emma Knights speaks to Damien Hirst about his latest show.