AI: The End of Society?

By Nell Basley On the 24th October 2019 I walked into the Forum Auditorium expecting a long lecture and excessive chunks of content about a subject I wasn’t completely familiar with. I knew that artificial intelligence was demonstrated by machines, in contrast to the natural intelligence displayed by humans, but I realised I was completely unaware... Continue Reading →

ATLAS Experiment at CERN: A Virtual Visit @ Norwich Science Festival

By Jake Foster To many, the Large Hadron Collider at CERN is a place of elusive and difficult science far too complex for most of us to comprehend. Situated 100 metres underground and stretching for 30 kilometres through France and Switzerland, the LHC has been smashing subatomic particles into one another for the best past... Continue Reading →

Space Dogs @ Norwich Science Festival

By Jake Foster The last day of the Norwich Science Festival saw a plethora of events all based around the themes of physics and astronomy. At midday, the Forum’s auditorium was home to Space Dogs, a pawsitively fascinating talk about the important contributions that our four-legged friends have made to the history of spaceflight. And... Continue Reading →

UNIT: Reach the Moon

By Nell Basley The set of the audio visual performance at Norwich Arts Centre. On October 22nd 2019 I arrived at Norwich Arts Centre late, stressed and tired; but the moment I entered the darkness of the performance my previous emotions dissipated. I was completely consumed by the intricacy of the imagery on seven surrounding... Continue Reading →

Join the YNA Collective!

Recruitment for the 2019-2020 Collective is now open. True to our ethos, YNAC is a platform that celebrates creativity and performance by and for young people in Norfolk and is open to anyone aged 16-25. Through regular meetings, training sessions, practical hands on workshops and collaborative sessions with our partners, the Collective develop the skills... Continue Reading →

Even You Song at King’s Lynn Minster

My breath caught when I walked into the minster in King’s Lynn. I’d forgotten just how beautiful historical and religious buildings could be, with their high, extended ceilings – on this particular encasing a cool and relaxing interior in contrast from the violent heat outside.

Fountain of Youth @ Norwich Arts Centre

By Ellie Robson Tuesday 9th July brought us one of my most anticipated events of the Young Norfolk Arts Festival: the Comms Team curated ‘Fountain of Youth’ event at Norwich Arts Centre. The performers were all selected by the YNA Comms Team, and various activities were created for the audience to participate in between acts,... Continue Reading →

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