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Hungate Medieval Art is a brand new interpretation centre in the heart of Norwich

 

On now:

'AS YOU ARE, SO WAS I'
Medieval Memorials from East Anglia

A Photographic Exhibition by
Paul Hurst

7 MARCH - 21 JULY 2014

Supported by Angel Funeral Home


Events Programme

Saturday 12th April   Workshop: Shield making
10:00-12:00
14:00-16:00
   Designing and decorating cardboard shields. Suitable for all the family. £2 per shield.


Saturday 19th April   Workshop: Brass rubbing
10:00-12:00
14:00-16:00
   Demonstration and workshop. Try taking your brass rubbing in new directions, or just improve your technique.   £4 per person.



Saturday 26th April   Workshop: Putting the Sparkle Back

10:00-12:00
14:00-16:00
   Medieval art was full of colour and sparkle, but when we see it now it is often plain stone and wood. Choose a medieval image on canvas to 'restore' with paint, glitter, fabirc and your imagination. You will make a unique piece of stretched canvas art to take home. Suitable for all the family. £4 per canvas.

 


Tuesday 29th April   Talk: 'King John's Tomb at Worcester: It's Medieval and Modern Setting.'
18:00
   Professor Stephen Church, Professor of Medieval History, University of East Anglia. Free Entry.


Thursday 8th May   Julian Week Lecture: 'Julian's Passion: The Aesthetics of the Cross in The Revelations of Divine Love.'
18:00
   Dr James Wade, Christ Church, Cambridge. To purchase tickets or book in advance go to julianweek.ticketsource.co.uk or contact the Julian Centre by phone: 01603 767380 or email: julianweek2014@friendsofjulianorg.uk or in person at the Julian Centre.


  Tuesday 20th May   Talk: 'Making your Mark: Masterful Monuments and Medieval Graffiti.'
18:00
   Matthew Champion, Project Director of the Norfolk Medieval Graffiti survey. Free Entry.


Tuesday 27th May   Talk: 'Monuments to the dead in Medieval East Anglia.'
18:00
   Dr Hugh Doherty, Lecturer in Medieval History, University of East Anglia. Free Entry.


Tuesday 17th June   Talk: 'St Apollonia in the Medieval Church.'
18:00
   Dr John F Beal. MBE, PhD, Lindsay Society for the History of Dentistry. Free Entry.


Tuesday 8th July   Talk: 'Memoralizing the Medieval Past.'
18:00
   Kristi Woodward Bain, Parish Heritage Adviser, Norwich Cathedral. Northwestern University, USA. Free Entry.

 























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Coming up next:

'NO MAN'S LAND'
Commemorating the First World War

An Exhibition by
Mike Dodd

4 AUGUST - 11 NOVEMBER 

OPENING SATURDAY 28 SEPTEMBER 2014 
FREE ADMISSION

Opening times:  Saturday 10am-4pm,
Sunday 2-4pm
 

Always available:

Brass Rubbing

 
Knights and Ladies; Lions, Letters and Skeletons 
Available every weekend
£4 per session: All welcome

Private Group Bookings
By appointment, please email
HungateGlass@aol.com for details