11am and 2pm
Tuesdays and Fridays
In person Curator-led tours of the museum and artist’s studio.
Until restrictions lift there are 6 places on each tour.
Once regulations allow larger groups tours will be limited to 20 people for comfort.
Groups are welcome to book out a whole tour subject to availability.
Tours last 90 minutes.
An exhibition of drawing, mixed media, sculpture and 3D work from members of the Norfolk and Norwich Art Circle, to which Alfred Munnings himself once belonged.
Works are available to purchase.
The exhibition takes place in the grounds. You do not need to buy admission to the museum.
Wednesday 28th July at 5.15pm
Be the first to purchase from the art works included in the exhibition.
Plein Air Painting with the NNAC
Thursday 29th July
Members of the NNAC will be painting en plein air in the museum grounds.
Come and watch them at work or bring a sketchbook and join in.
Join Curatorial Associate Marcia Whiting, for an engaging insight into the Life and Art of Sir Alfred Munnings. This Zoom Presentation will explore Munnings life story in conjunction with his wide-ranging subject matter including Portraits, Landscapes and Rural Scenes as well as the Horse Paintings for which he was so well known.
The talk lasts 60 minutes with time for questions.
You will need a computer or device with the ability to join a session on the video conferencing platform, Zoom.
Artists of all abilities are welcome to come draw and paint the tableau in the museum grounds.
You will need to bring your own materials and equipment.
Tutor support available.
An opportunity to see some of our best equestrian and plein air painters tackle the Romany camp tableau.
*Please enquire by emailing email@example.com or call 01206 322127 if you would like to apply to take part on this day. Selected artists will be required to submit three paintings to a timed auction. Paintings can be worked up back in the studio following the painting day. A percentage of the proceeds will go to support the future work of the museum.