Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts"The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts is the university art gallery and museum at the University of East Anglia (UEA), Norwich and is situated in buildings designed by Foster and Partners. It contains a collection of world art containing work from 4000BC to the present, a collection of Art Nouveau decorative arts and the UEA Collection of Abstract and Constructivist Art and Design. It has six temporary exhibitions per year, often featuring contemporary art. It has a thriving education programme and a new education studio at the heart of the gallery, which is being used for regular residencies with visiting artists who engage actively with the public.
Babylon Gallery"Babylon Gallery in Ely is a public, contemporary, art gallery owned by the charity Arts Development East Cambridgeshire. It is situated on the riverside and is within a few minutes walk of Ely Cathedral and the centre of the City. It hosts eight exhibitions per year, ranging from local graduate artists to Hayward Gallery Touring shows. It does not have a permanent collection or an education space.
Offsite outreach work is carried out regularly with school students, members of community groups and the general public. Satellite exhibitions are held in restaurants, supermarkets and coffee bars. The focus of the gallery programme is to enable socially engaged work by artists.
Kings Lynn Art Centre"Kings Lynn Art Centre is a Local Authority managed venue leased from the National Trust and comprises 4 gallery spaces and a theatre/art house cinema. The Visual Arts & Education section offers a dynamic year-round programme of temporary exhibitions and events. The range of work covers film and video, sculpture, painting, drawing, photography, textiles, ceramics and crafts showcases. An interpretative education programme involves art, literacy and drama workshops linked to exhibitions, activity days for schools and large scale interactive drama projects within the town often linked to social history, outreach work and partnerships, a regular Saturday Art Club, lectures and a dedicated delivery of the new Arts Award. For over 5 years the venue has specialised in using the arts to build the confidence and self esteem of young people at risk and young offenders.
Outpost"OUTPOST is an artist run gallery based in Norwich. It was founded in November 2004 with financial support form Arts Council England East, Norfolk County Council, Norwich City Council and Norwich Gallery. OUTPOST is committed - in a region with few such venues - to the uncompromising presentation of contemporary art, resulting in a core programme of 12 exhibitions per year - selected from the membership archive and a wider remit - each exhibition opening on the 1st of each month. A programme of events is also run that includes film nights, critical forums, group exhibitions and artists' talks. Its operating systems limit committee members to two years service to ensure that selection and organisational processes are prevented from becoming stale.
NR5, community arts organisation"The NR5 Project is a community based registered charity working with young people and adults in Norwich, UK.
We provide a community based, open access venue that delivers services and activities including: education, leisure, media training, music studio facilities and training - ICT facilities, community radio broadcasting and training and citizenship and wider community engagement.
Centre for Applied Research in Education, University of East Anglia"Artist and researcher, Sarah Florence, with the Centre for Applied Research in Education at the University of East Anglia is researching collaborative and dialogical practices in engaging young people in the arts.