Posts Tagged: Norwich

The joy of washi: for World Stationery Day

The week beginning 25 April is, in the UK at least, National Stationery Week (#natstatweek). And Wednesday 27th is World Stationery Day (#WorldStationeryDay). The post below, reblogged from a previous occasion on Monographer, is the final post in a mini-series

The joy of washi: for World Stationery Day

The week beginning 25 April is, in the UK at least, National Stationery Week (#natstatweek). And Wednesday 27th is World Stationery Day (#WorldStationeryDay). The post below, reblogged from a previous occasion on Monographer, is the final post in a mini-series

Joy forever: washi

Twice now I’ve found myself on Tokyo when my hosts have kindly said, “What would you like to do? The choice is yours,” to which my answer has been, “Go to a stationery shop”. We have some good stationery shops

Joy forever: washi

Twice now I’ve found myself on Tokyo when my hosts have kindly said, “What would you like to do? The choice is yours,” to which my answer has been, “Go to a stationery shop”. We have some good stationery shops

Enjoying the arts: the potential of co-operatives

Earlier this year I attended a meeting of the Norfolk Contemporary Arts Society (26 Jan). The meeting included a talk by Rob Lee about The Collective, a co-operative for collecting art. The Collective, Lee explained, is a London-based group of

Enjoying the arts: the potential of co-operatives

Earlier this year I attended a meeting of the Norfolk Contemporary Arts Society (26 Jan). The meeting included a talk by Rob Lee about The Collective, a co-operative for collecting art. The Collective, Lee explained, is a London-based group of

East Anglian Book Awards

To Norwich, Thursday evening, for the 2012 East Anglian Book Awards, Supported by Eastern Daily Press and Jarrold, the department store. A trace of the eighteenth century, The celebration of letters In the elegant Assembly House – All proudly provincial, The

East Anglian Book Awards

To Norwich, Thursday evening, for the 2012 East Anglian Book Awards, Supported by Eastern Daily Press and Jarrold, the department store. A trace of the eighteenth century, The celebration of letters In the elegant Assembly House – All proudly provincial, The