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East Gallery

East Gallery is a city centre public art space showcasing a programme of exhibitions by internationally recognised artists, curators, and design practitioners

Exhibitions are originated by Norwich University of the Arts or in collaboration with national and international partners. All our exhibitions are accompanied by seminars and lectures delivered by specialists and curators, which enrich the University experience for students and those living and working in Norwich, as well as visitors to our city.

This summer East Gallery is launching East Projects, a new series of exhibitions, performances and events that showcase current research from Norwich University of the Arts in the disciplines of Fine Art, Film, Photography, Design and Gaming.

The East Gallery venue and programme is funded by Norwich University of the Arts.

Current exhibition

Milk Bath

Sophie Koko Gate: Milk Bath

Two digital angels fall to Earth, what do they make of humanity? Milk Bath is a new collection of 3D animated film and sculpture from Sophie Koko Gate marking a turning point in her practice. The celestial beings become vessels of the artist’s subconscious, creating moments of fantasy connection and unexpected tenderness.

As the angels theorize our essence, we watch from the shadows, secure in the belief that they are oblivious to our presence. 

The exhibition immerses visitors in a dream-like world where the boundaries between reality and fantasy blur, inviting discussion around digital voyeurism and what it means to be human at the dawn of a new era.

Previous exhibition:

EASTinternational: Unpacking the Archive

2 December 2023 – 3 February 2024 | Exhibition at East Gallery

EASTinternational: Unpacking the Archive is the first in a series of exhibitions and research events

Find East Gallery

East Gallery is based in the heart of Norwich, our address is:

Cavendish House
St Andrews Street
Norwich
NR2 4AE

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Explore our archive of East Gallery shows.

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Friends of Norwich University enjoy a range of benefits, including invites to exclusive Norwich events such as our annual Degree Shows, Fashion Shows, lectures, artist talks, screenings, exhibitions and events at the Gallery.

Read further information on how you can support Norwich or email development@norwichuni.ac.uk

Sponsorship and hire

If you’re interested in sponsorship opportunities or hiring the East Gallery space we offer a range of options to suit your requirements. Please get in touch by emailing the gallery.

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Opening times:
Tuesday – Friday 12–5pm, Saturday 12–4pm
Admission free

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11 July 2024 | 5.00pm to 6.30pm | Duke Street Master your creative practice
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Theo Galvin is an Architecture MArch student who works towards a provocative experimental style of architectural design, related to socio-political issues, specifically around the topic of waste disposal, perception and reuse. Theo talks to us about his opportunity with The AA Taiwan School Fellowship Programme 2023: Urbanity from the Ocean.
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