*Artwork by Nathan Bygrave as part of the no space, every place exhibition

Created as part of our virtual Young Norfolk Arts Festival in 2020, the Virtual Gallery is a unique only space where you can explore exhibitions curated by the young people we work with.

The YNAF Virtual Gallery works best in a Chrome Browser on a desktop or laptop computer. It should take around a minute to load. We will be providing a slideshow version of the gallery shortly after the launch if you problems accessing the space. 



Do memories of blushing teachers, condoms and cucumbers, and a commonly used animation teaching consent through the art of offering someone a cup of tea come to mind? Was there anything that was a bit of a turn off? An unnerving presence of embarrassment, confusion or unpreparedness perhaps?

You can view our exhibition by visiting the virtual gallery, you will find the Megaphone Gallery entrance to the right of the ‘Hope’ room. There you will see a space filled with the responses of 21 participants (aged 16 – 25) of our public survey that asked questions regarding their sexual education at school, how effective it was, if there was anything that they wished they were taught, and how their education has impacted their expectations and experiences going into sexual relationships. The responses are sat beside archive material of past and present sex education campaigns, in addition to creative responses to the survey such as poems and graphic creations.

Megaphone is a group of activists aged 16-25 who use creativity to talk about the issues that matter to them, their peers and their community. The Megaphone programme gives young people the skills and confidence to find their place in activism, to amplify their voice and create change. Find out more


Welcome to ‘no space, every place’ an exhibition of work by young artists curated by our YNA Collective.

This exhibition brings together pieces in a variety of art forms that have been created by young people aged 11-25 from across Norfolk. Created as a response to the lockdown–with the theme ‘nos pace, every place’, this exhibition encouraged artists to focus on their experience.

The Collective have worked with the brilliant Laura Moseley from Made By Women Zine to compile an exhibition guide that you can download or view below.

You can find more of Laura’s work on Instagram, Twitter and Etsy,



You can also print out and create your own ‘no space, every place’ exhibition zine below.



Young Norfolk Arts Trust is a charity which uses all its income to provide life changing opportunities for young people across Norfolk. Every project and activity is offered to children and young people for free, including our yearly festival programme. Support us by donating what you can…