Art in Norwich is produced by Culture Shift and the Norwich Visual Art Forum to promote visual art in and around Norwich and Norfolk
Info about visual art in Norwich and Norfolk.
Pick up a hard copy Art in Norwich booklet at the Tourist Information Centre at The Forum, Norwich Cathedral, Houghton Hall,
Blickling and many art info racks or download pdf here and watch Twitter for updates @artinnorwich
This page is magazine style - please scroll down for info on longer running exhibitions and click on images for more details
About Art in Norwich
The new edition of Art in Norwich is available right now as a pdf download right and for hardcopy distribution from 3 August. If you have something to include in the booklet read more here. Printed copies are available from Norwich Cathedral, the Tourist Information Centre at the Forum, libraries, Houghton Hall and many other places in the city and around the county
Look out for printed copies
This is the cover so look out for copies around the city, from arts venues, the Tourist Information Centre, coffee shops and bars in the city centre - it's a handy size to keep in your bag or drawer at home. Download a pdf here. And you can view an Issuu here
The printed booklets are out in the next few days - keep a look out in arts racks and Tourist Information Centre
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Images from current & past editions of Art in Norwich
About Art in Norwich
The fourth edition of Art in Norwich is now available covering March - August 2015 visual art events in and around Norwich. This is the cover so look out for copies around the city, from arts venues, the Tourist Information Centre, coffee shops and bars in the city centre - it's a handy size to keep in your bag, on the noticeboard or in a drawer at home.
It contains listings and info about most of the visual arts activity in and around Norwich for the next six months. It is available as a download from here, and is also available from partner and arts venues, arts info spinner racks and the Tourist Information Centre.
The listings are put together as a collaborative venture by the Norwich Visual Arts Forum and all of the partners contribute to the production and distribution which is coordinated by Marion Catlin of Culture Shift. It offers an overview of venues, organisations and events throughout the year and is great for tourists and visitors as well people who live in and around Norwich.
New Exhibition at Museum of Norwich tells how local men and women made their own money. Read more here
Susan Jones writes about how we should be supporting creativity
City of Stories is a campaign to tell people about the cultural offer of Norwich - have a look www.cityofstories.co.uk
New visual art exhibitions
Exhibition dates in August please click here
New exhibition coming to Sainsbury Centre
From 13 October, Elisabeth Frink: Humans and Other Animals will take visitors on a journey through the works of one the most important British sculptors of the twentieth century.
Over 130 works by Frink, from expressionist bird sculptures to her most famous larger-than-life-size bronze heads, will be on display in the galleries, which will be suitably atmospheric with design inspired by gothic fiction.
Shown alongside Frink will be works by such great artists as Pablo Picasso, Alberto Giacometti, Auguste Rodin, Francis Bacon, Germaine Richier and Louise Bourgeois, demonstrating multiple themes and stylistic connections. Outside of the galleries Mirage I and Mirage II bird sculptures will join the Sculpture Park at UEA as a lasting legacy of the exhibition.
Here for more info
Karen Stamper at Theatre Royal Norwich
Ancient House Museum of Thetford Life
Duleep Singh Exhibition 7 July to 1 December
Sainsbury Centre at UEA
Lynn Chadwick : Beasts until 31 August
The Sainsbury Centre, UEA Campus, Norwich
SUPERSTRUCTURES... tells the story of architecture's fascination with new technology, lightweight structures, pioneering building techniques and innovative engineering solutions in the latter half of the 20th century.
Encounter drawings, furniture, product design and film alongside a selection of iconic models rarely on display together including the Pompidou Centre, the International Terminal Waterloo, the Hopkins House and a brand new three-metre-long model of the Sainsbury Centre.
Drawn to the Coast: Turner, Constable, Cotman
Exhibitions on currently
at Anteros Arts Foundation
No current exhibition
at The Undercroft
Paston Treasures at Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery
Haven by Lonely Arts Club at The Hostry, Norwich Cathedral
Summer Salon at Fairhurst Gallery
Summer exhibition at Mandell's Gallery
Norwich 20 Group at The Forum
We Came to Conquer at Norwich Castle
Regarding Nature at Groundwork Gallery,
Early Summer Mixed Exhibition at Bircham Gallery Holt
Norfolk by Design at Creake Abbey
Karen Stamper at Theatre Royal
Superstructures, Brian Clarke and Lynn Chadwick at SCVA
The Word Defiant at Blickling Hall
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Notices, news and private views!
Free art classes with artist Will Teather
Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery
Thursday 20 & Friday 21 September 2018, 10am - 2.30pm
max 20 students each day
In conjunction with the exhibition The Paston Treasure: Riches and Rarities of the Known World (22 June to 23 September 2018), this is a chance for A-level Art students to develop their artistic thinking skills and techniques working with a practising artist.
For more details please click here
To book contact email@example.com 01603 493663
Missing piece of an exciting international art world jigsaw puzzle
comes to light in Norwich at the Castle Museum
The story so far:
The third quarter of Belgian Surrealist artist René Magritte's lost painting of two female nudes La Pose enchantée is re-discovered hidden under another painting La Condition humaine in Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery
The whereabouts of the fourth and final quarter remains unknown.
The painting in question is about to go on view at the Pompidou Centre in Paris as part of a major exhibition of Magritte's paintings.