Hungate is a centre for exhibitions and events, in the heart of the medieval city of Norwich. It is run by a dedicated charity, Hungate Medieval Art. Hungate presents at least two free publicexhibitions a year, each accompanied by a full program of learning and family activities. To this end alternate exhibitions showcase recent work, all of which develops on themes from the medieval world. This fusion of the medieval and contemporary is one of our unique strengths.
Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) is an independent specialist arts, design and media University with a 170 year reputation for excellence. NUA is dedicated to providing vocational, practice basedcourses which allow students to enter an exciting and challenging community of artists, designers and makers who share their passions and interests.
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Here is a teaser of the limited edition screen print from Steff Plaetz that will be available to buy from the 14th May at the 'Near Future' exhibition and our online shop. All the way from Sao Paulothe hollow eyed creations of Muretz have come to twist themselves around your retinas and pull you into their surreal universe of clean shapes and bold outlines.
Norwich Arts Centre is a small, independently run venue with charitable status (Charity No: 274803) situated close to the centre of Norwich. Firmly established in the heart of Norwich's culturalcommunity, NAC plays a key role in the delivery of a programme of live music, theatre, live art, comedy and live literature twinned with a commitment to creating opportunities for the development of new talent.
In the incredible listed building, The Old Skating Rink, a unique mix of architectural gems are juxtaposed with the best fine art; contemporary, modern and antique. The Gallery in the UK holds around4 major exhibitions of leading contemporary artists each year mixed with smaller, pop up shows as and when interesting projects come along.
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The Gallery deals mainly in 18th and 19th Century oil paintings with the occasional watercolour and drawing. Being in East Anglia we often have works by the Norwich and Suffolk Schools and have aspecial interest in George Morland. Only a small number of paintings are held in Norwich as many are on exhibition around the Country. Please use the "contact" button to enquire about something of interest.
I am a contemporary visual artist who paints the modern British seaside. Having lived in Great Yarmouth for the past 19 years, I have long been surrounded by all the colourful sights of thetraditional seaside holiday - things like buckets and spades, ice creams, hot dogs, fish and chip shops, fun fairs and amusement arcades - and I try to capture them in a way that is modern and realistic, while at the same time acknowledging the inherent nostalgia they evoke.