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Craft, Creativity, Couture

Norwich University of the Arts hosts an evening symposium and exhibition of staff and student work to celebrate Norwich Fashion Week. Invited speakers Juliana Sissons, who was Fashion Designer in Residence at the V&A in 2010, and Patrick Ian Hartley, designer of unique, bespoke face corsets and neckwear, will discuss their own approach to craft and creativity and take part in a panel discussion on the subject. The event takes place on from 5.30pm-8pm on Wednesday 12 March 2014.)


Opens 21/01/14


The Gallery at NUA presents a solo show of photographic images by Noah Da Costa. The show will be open to the public from 21 January until 1 March.

MA Degree Show poster image

August – September 2013

NUA MA Degree Show 2013

Postgraduate students show their final work in a public exhibition on the NUA campus.

Degree Shows poster

June – July 2013

NUA Degree Shows 2013

Campus-wide exhibition of the graduating work of students across all courses in the faculties of arts, design and media.

Portrait of Professor Lynda Morris

April – May 2013

Dear Lynda…

As part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival 2013, the Gallery at NUA is proud to present ‘Lynda Morris: Dear Lynda…’, a fitting homecoming to celebrate the ongoing work of NUA Professor of Curation and Art History Lynda Morris, curator, writer, patron and muse.

Fashion WORK

May 2013

Gala Fashion Show

Graduating students from BA (Hons) Fashion exhibit their final year collections in an exciting catwalk show.

Japanese illustration on paper

March – April 2013

Washi: The Art of Japanese Paper

Unseen works from the Uemura and Parkes collections went on show in the NUA Gallery.

Cowbird logo

March 2013


A two day symposium at Norwich University of the Arts, Cowbird explored the relationship between print and digital, and the coexistence of media in a wider sense; how they combine, and how they provide unique opportunities.

Student work from MA Degree Show 2012

August – September 2012

MA Degree Show 2012

An exhibition of creative works by postgraduate students at NUA. This annual free public exhibition of the graduating work of MA students takes place in NUA’s St Georges Building and Gallery on St Georges Street.