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01/11 The Big Draw: Drawing on the Divine

Join artist Kate Munro for this unique sketching pilgrimage of some of Norwich’s finest re-purposed medieval churches, delivered in partnership with the Norwich Historic Churches Trust. With unprecedented access to sites, and the opportunity to climb a church tower for an exceptional view of our historical city, this artist-led workshop and tour is unlike any…

31/10 – 14/11Norfolk Architecture Talks

Autumn series of talks: open to construction professionals. Winter series to be confirmed. NUA, Duke Street Building. Duke Street, DS20  (Thursdays) 5:30 pm Start   31-Oct-19 TONY SWANNELL How to Construct a Project 07-Nov-19 JONATHAN ELLIS MILLER John Winter: The Most Unfashionable Architect in London 14-Nov-19 LEON CRASCALL The Active Learner in the Built Environment…

Sir Thomas Brown Day

  Sir Thomas Browne Day Events 2019 Sir Thomas Browne Day is an annual celebration of the life and work of the 17th century physician and polymath, who lived in Norwich for most of his adult life until his death on 19th October 1682. The events on and around his birth- and death-day, 19 October,…

Water Rising Conference – 17th May 2019

A GroundWork Gallery day-long conference To coincide with the current exhibition: Water Rising, making art in calm and storm (open daily except Sundays and Mondays, 11-4 till June 1st) This event will get you up to date on all kinds of topical and urgent water issues. Great for artists, architects, engineers, designers, landscape and water…

2019 AGM

  The Annual General Meeting of the Norfolk Association of Architects to be held on Wednesday 8th May 2019. Venue: The Ideas Factory; Cavendish House; 28-32 St Andrews Street; ;Norwich ; NR4 1DN Refreshments will be served from 6pm with the AGM starting promptly at 6.30pm. The evening will consist of the formal AGM; a…

WiBE – Dealing with Difficult People

Do you come across difficult people with whom you would like to be able to work better?  WiBE’s next event promises to help you in those situations and is titled ‘Dealing with Difficult People’. The evening is an interactive session based around Jungian psychology and Insights Discovery which is a way of looking at people…

Sir Thomas Browne Day events

Sir Thomas Browne is an overlooked character in Norwich heritage. Most people don’t know who he is and yet they pass him most days in the city centre. He was a Norwich man 1605 – 1682, there is a statue of him on Hay Hill just outside Next, he lived where Pret a Manger is…

Jeremy Taylor Exhibition

Former architect Jeremy Taylor is exhibiting a set of 48 paintings online via Mandell’s Gallery, Norwich. Jeremy, who lives in Norwich, trained as an architect at the University of Cambridge and then studied the architecture of the USA. He worked in architectural practices in both Cambridge and London, later moving to undertake research at the…

02/11: The 2017 Norwich Lecture – Peter St John

Peter St John, Partner, Caruso St John Architects, winners of the 2016 Stirling Prize. Peter St John is a partner of Caruso St John Architects, which he founded in 1990 with Adam Caruso. The practice won the international competition for the New Art Gallery Walsall in 1995 and since then have acquired a reputation for…

NUA Showcase and Awards 2017

This year’s Norwich University of the Arts Architecture Industry Showcase and Awards evening takes place this year on Thursday 29th June. The event, which celebrates the work of this year’s graduating class from NUA’s BA(Hons) Architecture course, will be held at Boardman House, on Redwell Street, Norwich, from 6.00 – 7.30pm. The main showcase exhibition…

NAA Design & Craftsmanship Awards

Annual awards to celebrate outstanding design and craftsmanship in Norfolk The Norfolk Association of Architects, in association with the National Federation of Builders present annual awards to recognise and celebrate outstanding design and craftsmanship within the county. The 2017 awards are categorised into Innovation, New Residential, New Non-residential, Restorations, Alterations & Additions, and Unrealised Projects.…

2018 Norwich Lecture

Held annually, the NAA invites a leading architect, often a winner of a RIBA Gold Medal or the Stirling Prize, to talk about their work. The Norwich Lecture takes place every Autumn at the University of East Anglia, most recently within the multi award winning Enterprise Centre. The location is apt, as the university has…

2017 AGM

The next AGM will be held on Wednesday 10th May 2017. The AGM will take place at NUA, Duke Street, with arrivals at 6.00pm for a 6.30pm start. The presentation after the AGM will be by Ben Derbyshire, President Elect of the RIBA. The event is open to all and is a great opportunity to…

2016 AGM Agenda

The 2016 NAA AGM will take place at the UCA Lecture Theatre at NUCA’s Duke Street building.