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Looking for a way into the education sector? Have a passion for youth work? Seeking a new adventure? Look no further!

As part of the European Voluntary Service, Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC) in Budapest, Hungary is offering an unmissable opportunity for young people, aged between 18 and 30, to work within the education sector.
01.09.2015 - 01.09.2016
On Friday 13 February a group of West Norfolk Young People embarked on an exciting visit led by by King’s Lynn Arts Centre’s Assistant Director, Elise Prosniewski, to Adfir - a host organisation in Réunion. The project was funded by Erasmus +. The Arts Centre has applied for funding for a return visit to King’s Lynn in August.

Liam Briscoe, King’s Lynn Arts Centre’s European & Education Awareness Intern, is providing us with a daily blog detailing the ten day trip.
13.02.2015
Our 2015 brochure is online so download your copy now! It's filled with exciting new exhibitions, workshops, performances and more for you to enjoy.

Thank you to Andy Gatrell for the stunning front cover design.
17.01.2015
Months of hard work have now come to fruition as the King's Lynn Arts Centre Trust has been accredited as a European Voluntary Service (EVS) organisation!
18.12.2014
Now & Next
Under the guidance of the King's Lynn Arts Centre, 20 young people from across West Norfolk have each been creating a portfolio of work to gain their Arts Awards at different levels. Arts Awards are nationally recognised qualifications which inspire participants to grow their arts and leadership talents and become acquainted with their local venue. Come and see what they have crafted and learned.
21.03.2015 - 11.04.2015
Proud of his Norfolk agricultural ancestry, Bob Catchpole's ironic sculptures are made from actual tools intriguingly modified by the artist to serve as a metaphor for man's relationship with landscape.
In the Middle Ages in Norfolk, much of the huge wealth that came from working the land was dedicated to the building of churches - and the masons and the agricultural labourers worked in tandem. Bob's sculptures aim to reconstruct the relationship between the landscape and the churches.

21.03.2015 - 11.04.2015
King’s Lynn Arts Centre has once again joined forces with the Stroke Association for a series of workshops involving clay work, papier-mâché and painting. This exhibition showcases the group’s playful exploration of materials and techniques, but most importantly demonstrates art as an aid to recovery.

21.03.2015 - 11.04.2015
'What is the value of art?' This is the question we have asked a group of young artists hoping to further their art education. Through a series of workshops, The Project Room aims to create debate and broaden the student's perspectives of art's place in society. The final exhibition shows their responses to this topic through their own choice of visual arts.


21.03.2015 - 11.04.2015
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