There are 7 places listed for Arts | Norfolk and Norwich
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14 Market Place
Situated in north Norfolk, Holt, Bircham Gallery stocks work by over 200 artists including paintings, prints, sculpture, studio ceramics, glass and designer jewellery. Admission is free.
23 Lees Courtyard
Located in the picturesque north Norfolk town of Holt, Picturecraft Gallery and Exhibition Centre displays a variety of original artwork by the UK’s finest professional and semi-professional artists.
Broadland Arts Centre offers art and craft courses for leisure and beyond, led by highly qualified tutors in an informal, friendly and stimulating environment. Develop your creative side, relax and enjoy a painting or craft course or a painting holiday.
27 - 29 King Street
The King’s Lynn Arts Centre is an intimate venue hosting a wide programme of comedy, drama, music, dance, cinema, and visual arts. Housed in the 15th century Guildhall of St George, one of England's oldest surviving Guildhalls, the Centre brings this historic building to life with its varied range of presentations in the main auditorium. The complex also houses two elegant art galleries, hosting a year round programme of exhibitions, regular art, craft and education workshops, a cosy café bar and restaurant.
St George's Street
Norwich Gallery is part of the Norwich School of Art and Design, St George Street, Norwich. Admission is free and the gallery is open Monday to Saturday, 10-5pm.
St. Benedict's Street
Norwich Arts Centre is a small and independently run venue with charitable status and is situated close to the centre of Norwich. It offers a broad range of performing and media arts to the community as well as numerous activities and workshops.
The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts is a short distance from Norwich city centre, at the University of East Anglia (UEA). It is one of Britain’s leading galleries and home to works by Picasso, Henry Moore and Bacon and offers practical classes and master classes.