Artists register your interest in Paint Out Norwich & Norfolk 2019

Paint Out Norwich 2019 competition event dates are 14-16 October, you can also lodge a registration of interest if you aren’t certain about your availability yet. The Norwich plein air competition painting days take place during the Hostry Festival 2019 in mid-October often with artist workshops and art talks, welcome and walking tour of Norwich, a public ‘paint out’, 2-4 days of painting, a gala private view, judging and awards, and a 10-day exhibition. Register your interest below:

You can register your interest below to be informed when submission deadlines are approaching, or to be a part of future Paint Out Norwich events as well as other locations. Alternatively, if you are ready to enter go directly to one of these entry forms:

Paint Out Norwich 2018 Entry Form  

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6 thoughts on “Artists register your interest in Paint Out Norwich & Norfolk 2019”

  1. It all sounds very interesting. I usually holiday down Norfolk and would like to join one of the paint out sessions if that is possible.
    Regards Alice

  2. Hi, I would love to take part in Paint Out Norwich 2018. I have lots of experience of painting in public settings. I am an abstract expressionist painter, I paint what I feel in a space. I have painted from the middle of canvas roll on the floor to music, for example in Cambridge City Centre (video: and also work smaller on an easel for example at the Town & Country show (video:
    Looking at the work/artists you have had included in the past I may be quite different to what you are used to. Is it worth me applying or would you like to keep things more figurative?
    I look forward to hearing from you

    • We typically have a max 75cm sq canvas rule and any art that can be applied to canvas, paper or board and be shown as such. Each artwork needs to be completed in 4 hours in the open air.


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