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Norwich Castle explores the influence that Christopher Wood and Cedric Morris exerted on each other during the heady days of the 1920s.
Organisers want feedback and ideas from the public on how to expand their collections as a new display on the history of the countryside goes on show in Stowmarket.
A plan by Norfolk and Norwich Film Theatre to create a new venue charting a century of film in the region has moved a step closer with an £80,000 Lottery award.
We take a look at some of the key Remembrance services and exhibitions, including sound installations and Norwich Castle turning red in support of The Royal British Legion.
Norwich's Voice Project choir is returning to the city's historic streets and buildings with a project celebrating the history of the many communities who have contributed to its prosperity.
From Picasso and Epstein to Moore, Paolozzi and West African Fang sculptures, the contemporary sculptor reveals his influences in a show of context in Norwich.
Church building charity the Churches Conservation Trust is asking the public to join them on their latest quest to raise funds to save our crumbling ecclesiastical heritage.
Featuring photos and key paintings from churches across Norfolk, one of the country's oldest holy buildings hosts a display revealing the importance of rood screens.
From witches to Vikings, we take an early look at some of the major museum History and Heritage exhibitions already confirmed for 2013.
From Newcastle and Liverpool to Bath and Devon, there are several areas of the country where you can flit between loads of venues for Culture24's Museums at Night this weekend.
A photographic exhibition with a special day-long programme of events at Norwich Arts Centre remembers the Baedeker Raids which wreaked havoc on the city in World War Two.
From Hadrian's Wall to Hampton Court Palace, there's plenty to excite this month in all things History and Heritage. Here are a few to look out for.
Jonathan Anderson and Edwin Low take to Norwich's Sainsbury Centre with a striking series of photographic and digital artworks merging the real with the fictional.
The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts is exhibiting a selection of photographs from a recently acquired collection of portraits by the late British photographer John Hedgecoe.
A festival installation sees artists Helen Evans and Heiko Hansen send miniature planes breezing through Norwich.