Art & Exhibitions 

Find out where to see the best Art Exhibitions in The South of England and East Anglia, from famous paintings to the latest contemporary works. Featuring some of the finest Art & Exhibitions in the country.

Arabian Horse: From the Desert to the World

22/03/2018 – 13/07/2018 @ Palace House Newmarket

This exhibition tells the story of the Arab horse from its earliest Bedouin origins to the present day, exploring in particular the fascinating story of the arrival of the Arab horse in Britain. In the 19th century, Wilfrid Scawen Blunt and his wife Lady Anne scoured the Middle East to import Arab horses to their […]

Circus Performers, Politics and Pop Culture

28/04/2018 – 08/07/2018 @ The National Centre for Craft & Design

Roll Up! Roll Up! This Spring The National Centre for Craft & Design and artsNK celebrate the 250th anniversary of Circus in Britain with a spectacular new show: Circus: Performers, Politics and Pop Culture. Join us for a balancing act of live performance and aerial acrobatics, film, photography, circus ephemera and design. The exhibition presents elements of circus design through […]

James Ward: Animal Painter

04/05/2018 – 28/10/2018 @ Palace House Newmarket

Brought together for a rare viewing, are paintings including the artist’s arresting Fight between a Lion and a Tiger (1797) on loan from the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge and View in Tabley Park (1813-18), on loan from Tate. Additional works on display will include a series of delicately rendered drawings demonstrating Ward’s precise draughtsmanship, on loan […]

Exhibition of paintings and ceramics

17/05/2018 – 24/06/2018 @ The Gallery at Parndon Mill

WALKING ON ANCIENT WAYS 17th May – 24th June The next exhibition at The Gallery is of rich and vibrant paintings by Teresa Pemberton rooted in landscape and including her response to excavations on Dartmoor. The paintings are complemented by ceramics by Kathryn Hearn. Her sculptural porcelain vessels are inspired by the Cambridgeshire Fens and […]

Early Summer Show

16/06/2018 – 18/07/2018 @ Bircham Gallery

Andrew Bird’s abstract paintings are inspired by the landscape and coastal areas of the UK. Whether it is an upland moor, old workings being slowly reclaimed by the landscape, field systems, the weather, light a rugged coastline or a busy harbour. Trevor Price is a cornish artist/printmaker. His artworks usually represent the intimacy between a […]

Circus Craft – Lifecasting workshop

23/06/2018 @ The National Centre for Craft & Design

Lifecasting is a beautiful craft which captures every tiny detail; the shapes and contours which tell us so much about people’s character. Expert circus artist, Becky Truman of ‘Skinning the Cat’ will demonstrate how to use alginate (non-toxic seaweed) to cast the face. Participants will work in pairs to produce one 3D cast of the […]

Caldecote Open Gardens weekend

23/06/2018 – 24/06/2018 @ Highfields Caldecote

Be inspired by gardens large and small, get up close to some very special sports cars and classic cars, relax with cake and tea, enjoy mini music recitals from talented musicians, take in eight mini art exhibitions, let your children loose in their dream garden…. Start planning with your friends and family now! You are […]

Circus Masks – 3D Cardboard workshop

23/06/2018 @ The National Centre for Craft & Design

Masks have played a predominant part of performance within the circus, theatre and film industry for centuries. They have been used historically from as early as Ancient Greece and are worn for carnivals, performances and dance today. In this workshop with Becky Truman, participants will create a detailed 3D mask out of cardboard, designing additional […]

GoGoHares 2018 City Trail

24/06/2018 – 08/09/2018 @ Norwich City Centre

GoGoHares 2018 is presented by Break Charity in partnership with Wild in Art.

Walton Maritime Museum

25/06/2018 @ The Old Lifeboat House

The museum records Walton’s close association with the sea and its impact on the town’s social history. The exhibition displays Walton’s internationally important geology with impressive fossil and flint tool collections, the establishment of the early lifeboat community plus Walton’s role as an agricultural community using tidal and wind energy to power the mills. The […]