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Welcome

The Sainsbury Centre is an inspirational art gallery on the University of East Anglia campus. Enjoy free, un-ticketed entry to our permanent collections, cafes, shop and outdoor Sculpture Park. Contact scva@uea.ac.uk for queries.

Find us
University of East Anglia,
Norfolk Road,
Norwich NR4 7TJ

Box office Monday – Friday 10am-5pm
T: 01603 593199

Opening times
Tuesday – Friday 9am-6pm (Last exhibition entry 4.30pm)
Saturday – Sunday 10am-5pm (Last exhibition entry 4pm)
Closed Mondays, including bank holidays

Free entry
Some events and exhibitions may be charged separately
Exhibition tickets should be pre-booked before arrival
Walk-in tickets will be available if there is space

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our Sculpture Park, our online activities, and stay up to date with our exhibitions

Rhythm and Geometry: Constructivist art in Britain since 1951

Drawn from the Sainsbury Centre collection, Rhythm and Geometry: Constructivist art in Britain since 1951, celebrates the abstract and constructed art made and exhibited in Britain since 1951.

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Pablo Picasso: The Legacy of Youth

Pablo Picasso: The Legacy of Youth is a focussed exhibition which looks at the early artistic formation of Pablo Picasso, from his teenage years to his thirties (1896 – 1914).

13 March - 17 July 2022

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Sculpture Park

The free-entry Sculpture Park is set within the 350 acres of parkland featuring outstanding art, architecture and natural beauty. Open daily during daylight for all visitors to enjoy.

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Latest News

Ro Robertson acquisition, Art, Death and Afterlife, £325k funding from Arts Council England, Ghislaine Wood: Godmother of Viking Fjorgyn, Ukraine: creative response, new artwork and displays

24 March

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Scottish Women Artists
Transforming Tradition

Scottish Women Artists: Transforming Tradition, curated with the Fleming Collection, brings together exciting historical, modern and contemporary works that span over one hundred years of social transformation, innovation and individualism.

9 April - 3 July 2022

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