Hungate Medieval Art is a charity promoting Norfolk’s colourful medieval history through free art exhibitions, lectures and events at the former church of St Peter Hungate on Elm Hill in Norwich City Centre.
Visit us: Princes Street, Norwich NR3 1AE
Normal opening times: Saturdays 10.00-16.00, Sundays 12.00-14.00
Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hungate has been awarded £14,400 from the Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage!
Hungate will reopen on May 18th, with PLANTS, PORCELAIN, PEOPLE by Katie Spragg, an exciting new collaborative ceramics installation made in response to, and in partnership with, a group of young refugees, through Norwich International Youth Project NIYP as part of Norfolk & Norwich Festival Unlike our usual seasons, this exhibition will be fully ticketed.Continue reading “Coming Soon: PLANTS, PORCELAIN, PEOPLE”
Hungate is looking forward to reopening later in the spring – we will post details soon, and can’t wait to see all our visitors again. And in the meantime, in honour of St David’s Day, here is a stained-glass angel from our west window, wearing as near as possible to daffoldils!
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