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Visitor Update

The Sainsbury Centre is open. Enjoy delicious food and drinks in our two cafes, browse the shop and permanent collections or visit the Bill Brandt | Henry Moore exhibition. Contact scva@uea.ac.uk if you have any queries.

For creative at-home activities, discover our Online Studio, explore Online Collections or read our latest Stories.

ABOUT US

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

Box office Monday – Friday 9am-5pm
T: 01603 593199

Entry
Free admission – some
exhibitions and events will
be charged separately

Opening times
Tuesday – Friday 9am-6pm (Exhibitions 9.30am-6pm)
Saturday – Sunday 10am-5pm (Exhibitions 10am-5pm)
Closed Mondays, including bank holidays

Exhibition tickets must be pre-booked before arrival

SEE

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

Bill Brandt | Henry Moore

This exhibition explores the parallel and intersecting careers of these two great artists of the 20th century.

18 May - 22 August 2021

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Leiko Ikemura: Usagi in Wonderland

Japanese-Swiss artist, Leiko Ikemura, presents a selection of 50 paintings, sculptures, drawings and photography in her first UK exhibition.

18 July - 12 December 2021

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Sculpture Park

The Sculpture Park surrounds the award-winning Norman-Foster designed Sainsbury Centre building at the UEA campus. Set within the 350 acres of parkland featuring outstanding art, architecture and natural beauty, it is open daily during daylight for all visitors to enjoy. Donate to our Sculpture Park and become a Sculpture Star.

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Latest News

Art Fund film, artist residency, anti-racism statement, new artwork and displays

23 April

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Sethembile Msezane: Nibizwa Ngabangcwele

Comprising of video and installation, with snuff powder blended into waxen limbs emerging from a sand-swept landscape, this whimsical exhibition by artist Sethembile Msezane explores the magic of snuff, a traditional medicine that also operates as a spiritual connector in several South African cultures.

Free