University of the Arts

Norwich universities say the government may need to step up financial support for the sector should a hotly-anticipated review recommend a cut to tuition fees.

Why buy just one house when you could snap up a whole street?

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.

Students at Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) have put their creative skills to the test in a gaming challenge.

Siris Hill’s paintings are starting conversations about mental health around the world.

A sex attack victim who was subjected to “12 hours of pure living hell” has bravely waived her anonymity to speak out about her horrific ordeal in a bid to help other victims.

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

Is one of your new year’s resolutions to sew, knit, crochet, paint, weave, quilt, draw or felt? The Norfolk Makers’ Festival at The Forum might be able to help.

The power of artificial intelligence, biotechnology and digital creative will be harnessed by business thanks to a new partnership between seven universities and colleges.

There are just three days to go before this year’s university applications deadline – and the UK could be on track for a record student cohort.

A city centre university building is to make way for new lecture theatre, teaching facilities and enough accommodation for 100 students.

People are building “ugly piles of bricks and the sort of house Michael Jackson would want to live in,” in rural Norfolk by exploiting a planning loophole, countryside campaigners have warned.

Heaven and Hell: With Will Teather

Thursday, November 22, 2018

Gina Long finds out about Will Teather’s East Anglian heaven and hell.

The Archbishop of Canterbury has visited Norwich spending time chatting to market traders, fashion students and even donning an apron to serve lunch at a city centre cafe.

A Norwich student has hit out at Argos after a delivery driver left a package in the outdoor bin.

A student accommodation block and disused car park could be demolished in Norwich city centre.

Film studios which helped bring blockbusters from the Avengers and Star Wars series to life have shared their expertise and career tips with East Anglian students.

Norfolk’s cultural champions were celebrated in style on Friday night at a glittering ceremony at Norwich Cathedral.

A Norwich university has been ranked as having one of the best creative scenes in the country.

Two Norwich art students produced an advertising campaign for charity Samaritans after one of the pair had her own battle with mental health.

The ninth doctor has been announced as the opening guest at the Norwich Film Festival 2018.

The University of East Anglia’s has come 15th in The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019.

Studios that helped to bring Avengers: Infinity War, Paddington and the latest Star Wars films to the big screen will showcase exciting career opportunities to young people in the region this autumn.

A terminally ill woman from Norwich raised nearly £3,000 at a special sale of her huge collection of craft materials - but is still looking to home her knitted pergola.

A craftswoman from Norwich who has been given only months to live is selling her huge collection of fabric, haberdashery, tools, books and finished items to help disabled adults.

The erosion of the north Norfolk coast is the inspiration behind a film showing at Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) MA Degree Show.

Burning toast, climbing a Christmas tree, and swimming in the lake.

Have you ever tried to write with the wrong hand?

As this year’s Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) Masters Show gets underway, one artist has been pushing the boundaries of the self portrait.

This year’s Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) MA Degree Show has many exotic and unusual exhibits to offer.

Cities are continually evolving and, of course, Norwich is no exception. Currently, one of the most significant changes is the growth of student accommodation in the city centre.

Young people have the chance to create art inspired by the GoGoHares and leaping leveret sculptures in two workshops being held at Norwich University of the Arts.

People are being given the chance to have their say over a new development for the Norwich University of the Arts (NUA).

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.

A Norwich sixth former has triumphed in an art competition for students across Norfolk - with a montage made of eggs.

Damien Hirst’s 20ft high sculpture Hymn is bidding farewell to Norwich after nearly three months in the city.

After sparking debate in Norwich for more than three months, today Damien Hirst’s 20ft Hymn sculpture will bid farewell.

Developers who want to build a high-rise student development on top of a Norwich city centre car park have presented their ideas to councillors.

A new complex for just over 100 students, including a new lecture theatre and a cafe, could be built in Norwich city centre.

Norfolk’s cultural champions are set to be celebrated in the annual Norfolk Arts Awards and today we can reveal some of the finalists in the running for accolades.

The next generation of designers, producers, artists and creators have embarked on a new chapter after graduating from university.

A Norwich University of the Arts student is set to work on the forthcoming Shaun the Sheep Movie 2 after impressing filmmakers at the famous Aardman Animations studio.

Development of a Norwich university campus has been hailed as inspirational in an awards ceremony.

An author and illustrator is utilising her talents to teach children about the importance of protecting the environment.

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.

The swelling student population of Norwich city centre could be set to expand by a further 300, if plans for a high-rise development on top of a council-owned car park gets the go-ahead.

Norwich’s commercial needs will be the focus of a conference bringing together local and national experts.

A budding filmmaker from Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) has won this year’s Bishop’s Art Prize.

People from across our county have been recognised for their contributions to health, education, business, the arts and their communities in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.

One man and his dog are to open a new bar in Norwich, offering locally-sourced drinks, an all-British wine list - and the opportunity to buy a dead octopus in a jar.

The Norfolk and Norwich Festival is bringing 17 days of music, circus, theatre, art, literature and more to the city and county.

From the grand opening spectacle to all the fun of the Adnams Spiegeltent - artist Owen Mathers has been capturing highlights of this year’s Norfolk & Norwich Festival with his pen and paint.

A Norwich university student has been shortlisted twice in a global publisher’s awards.

She looks like an ordinary three-year-old, but Chloe Donlevy has a one-in-a-million form of cancer.

That Good Night features legendary actor Sir John Hurt in his last leading role. Ahead of the film being released next week, arts correspondent Emma Knights speaks to Sir John’s wife Anwen, Lady Hurt.

More than nine out of 10 undergraduate students at Norwich’s universities were educated at state schools, figures show.

A Norwich university has jumped 20 places in a national league table - the second highest leap of any in the country.

His controversial art may split opinion but the arrival of Damien Hirst’s work in Norwich and north Norfolk has definitely proven a boost for the county.

The top young photographers across the country have been celebrated in a new photography competition led by Norwich University of the Arts.

The force is set to awaken in Norwich as a new Star Wars-themed event comes to the Norfolk Showground.

The technology and digital sector is on the rise in East Anglia as shown by last year’s TechNation report which showed it supports more than 17,000 jobs in Norwich and Ipswich alone.

Love it or loathe it, public art intrudes in our lives because it’s there, in your face, when you walk around Norwich.

Following the success of their first event in November, two Norwich students will once again be hosting a pop-up porridge cafe in the city.

Initial findings from a consultation to help forge a vision for what Norwich will be like in 2040 has shown it is a city which people love to live in.

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.

Aspiring writers are being invited to see actors bring their words to life at a free, two-day event.

It stands 20ft high, is made of bronze and was inspired by a child’s anatomical toy.

A Powerchair footballer is looking to achieve her goal of appearing in a third consecutive FA Cup final – with a crucial assist from residents at a Norwich sheltered housing scheme.

His controversial art has been displayed in the most celebrated venues around the world, and for his latest show Damien Hirst has picked north Norfolk’s Houghton Hall as the magnificent backdrop.

A popular gaming festival will be returning to The Forum in Norwich.

Norwich will make a bid to be one of Channel 4’s new creative hubs outside London, the leader of the city council has confirmed.

An exhibition of packaging designs for Japanese liquor sake have marked a collaboration between students in Norwich and the Asian country.

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