Museum of Human Kindness, Norwich (VR edition)

Jan 14, 2020 | News

We’re incredibly grateful to V21 Artspace for digitally recreating and preserving the Norwich Museum of Human Kindness exhibition.

Click on the rings and dots to navigate through the exhibition. Click on the image to find out more (including audio narrations) about the work.



The Norwich exhibition is the first pop-up exhibition made possible by crowdfunder supporters and local charitable organisations. With limited budget, we were only able to host a 11 day exhibition, but despite the shortness in time, we’ve been overwhelmed by the support we received, including the generosity of Claire Cutts and Joe Clark at V21 Artspace. They spent the entire day laser capturing the entire exhibition (and even the gallery exterior!) to preserve our first step into the real world.

For more information on the wonderful work of V21 Artspace, visit their website.




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Museum of Human Kindness, Norwich (VR edition)

Jan 14, 2020 | News


This call is for artists to join the Museum of Human Kindness at Great Yarmouth exhibition to be held in St George’s Theatre in May 2020. Museum of Human Kindness is a place where stories on acts of kindness are made into works of art.

If you have a creative practice and interested in creating a new work in response to stories of kindness, apply within!

We’re looking for four innovative creatives to join.

We hope to work closely with the selected artists and feature the creative strength of Great Yarmouth.

Therefore, we are prioritising artists living in and around Great Yarmouth to preferably work on a story that relates to the city (first set of stories on our website).

Our venue set-up restricts us to exhibit works that can be either hung on a wall or placed unsupported on a plinth. We unfortunately cannot present work that requires AV equipment. If you have any questions regarding the format, please feel free to contact us.

The exhibition will be held between 18-31 May 2020 at St George’s Theatre in the theatre cafe. St. George’s Theatre is Great Yarmouth’s only all year round theatre, housed in a stunningly converted Grade I listed former chapel building in the town centre’s historic King Street district.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 5pm 24 February 2020

To apply, click here.

Exhibition date: 18-31 May 2020 Venue: St George’s Theatre

Preference: Great Yarmouth area artists

For details on Museum of Human Kindness, click here. For queries, please contact Kazz Morohashi, email Kazz.

To download a PDF file of this call for artists and FAQs, please click here.



24 February 2020
Application deadline

2 March 2020
Decisions notified

Mid-March 2020
Online group meeting

Mid-April 2020
Group meeting at St. Georges Theatre

17 May 2020
Work install

18 May 2020
Exhibition opens

24 May 2020
Public workshops

31 May 2020
Exhibition ends and work collection

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