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East GalleryNUA

East GalleryNUA is an important touring venue for national and international exhibitions, providing students with valuable experience in installation and curation.

East GalleryNUA
Cavendish House
St Andrews Street
Norwich
NR2 4AE

During exhibitions the gallery is open Tuesday – Saturday, 12 – 5pm. FREE ADMISSION

Upcoming Show

British Art Show 8

24 June – 4 September 2016

Launched in 1979, the British Art Show is the largest touring exhibition of contemporary art in the UK. Over 40 contemporary artists will exhibit at East GalleryNUA, NUA’s St Georges Building, Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery and The Forum.

Gt Yarmouth artist Alan Kane’s ‘History Train’ will bring the British Art Show to Norwich on Saturday 18 June. The History Train, a parade of six horse drawn carts will deliver BAS8 art works and pieces to venues across Norwich in a stunning spectacle, starting at Chapelfield Gardens at 11.30am.

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Exhibitions Archive

View an archive of shows from the history of East GalleryNUA. Check back as more content will be added through East GalleryNUA archiving.

Become a Friend of NUA

Friends enjoy a range of benefits including invites to exclusive NUA events such as the annual Degree Shows, Fashion Shows, lectures, artist talks, screenings, exhibitions and events at the Gallery. Join online here or to download an application form, please visit Supporting NUA or email development@nua.ac.uk.

If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities or hiring the space, we offer a wide range of options to suit your requirements.

Arts Award supporter

Find out more about NUA’s support for the Arts Award.