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Yorkshire Graduate Award 2021 Jessica Rost
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2021 Yorkshire Graduate Award artist invites us to rethink how we can live in better harmony with nature Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) is delighted to announce Jessica Rost as the recipient of the 2021 Yorkshire Graduate Award, a residency that provides vital support at the critical stage of transi...More

Date posted: 16/09/2021
Location: Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, UK
Kedisha Coakley
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31 July – 31 October 2021 Upper Space An exhibition exploring timely issues concerning Black women’s identity opens this July at Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) is delighted to present the first solo exhibition of work by Kedisha Coakley, who reconsiders objects and cultural...More

Date posted: 28/07/2021
Location: Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, UK
Deep Time: Drawing coastal change
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‘Deep Time’ is a conceptual drawing project to create a changing illustration of geological changes on part of the Yorkshire coast. A living landscape to experiment with the idea of ‘geological time’, and funding on Kickstarter. I was inspired to approach this project by the active current coastal e...More

Date posted: 16/07/2021
Location: 3a Hanover Road, Scarborough, UK
Gallery and picture framing shop now open in Richmond, North Yorkshire
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Yorkshire Art has opened its first gallery and picture framing service in the beautiful town of Richmond, North Yorkshire. Displaying the work of around 20 artists the intentions is to rotate our members though so everyone gets to display their work. Along with the beautiful art on display we also h...More

Date posted: 17/04/2021
Location: 8 King Street, Richmond, North Yorkshire, UK
The Yorkshire Arboretum is now open daily
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The Yorkshire Arboretum is now open daily from 10am-4pm. There is a takeaway café service available from Friday 2nd April. From March 29th, the arboretum began welcoming visitors from further afield. This tied in with the easing of lockdown as travel restrictions and groups could begin meeting outdo...More

Date posted: 31/03/2021
Location: Castle Howard, York YO60 7BY, UK
Yorkshire Sculpture Park launches new digital guide on the Bloomberg Connects app
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Yorkshire Sculpture Park has joined prestigious international cultural institutions, including Central Park Conservancy, Black Cultural Archives, Serpentine, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and many more, on the Bloomberg Connects app - a free app that lets you access museums, galleries, and cultural s...More

Date posted: 23/03/2021
Creative, Multi-tasking, Tech Savvy, Art Aficionado required
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Even if you possess 75% of these attributes then we’d love to hear your story. A new gallery with its own on-site picture-framing service is soon to open in Richmond, North Yorkshire and we’re looking for a clever Coordinator to run the show. The gallery, which is called Yorkshire Art, is going to b...More

Date posted: 19/03/2021
Location: 8 King Street, Richmond, North Yorkshire, UK
The Oak Project announces a new partnership with Yorkshire Sculpture Park and the University of Derby
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The Oak Project announces a new partnership with Yorkshire Sculpture Park and the University of Derby. Can art save us from extinction? The Oak Project has recently announced a pioneering partnership with Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) and the University of Derby. The Oak Project is a programme that...More

Date posted: 16/02/2021
Heather Burton: Tides that bind
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It was during childhood holidays that the tides of Yorkshire’s east coast captivated the imagination of a young Heather Burton. It was the tides of life which led her to move away from, before being inescapably drawn back to, her love of art. Reminiscent of the North Sea waves so frequently captured...More

Date posted: 16/02/2021
‘Living La Vida Lockdown’ 30 Day Art Auction For a Good Cause
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Since Monday, 23rd November, artist Jennifer Elson, has been auctioning an original piece of art everyday for 30 days across all social media platforms. All profits will go to Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice which does an absolutely incredible job of supporting both children and families. If you’re...More

Date posted: 21/12/2020
Scenes from Scarborough – a paid opportunity for local artists
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Visual artists living in the borough are being invited to create a series of striking new artworks around for Scarborough. The artworks will be used on new signposting around the town, and to create vinyl wraps or photo boards to enhance the appearance of empty shops in the town centre. This new pro...More

Date posted: 12/12/2020
New artist book – Solitude: A collection of lockdown art
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While isolating during 2020 lockdown, I created over 100 postcard-sized paintings in my temporary creative space at home. Working from memories of both the Yorkshire and Norway coasts, these paintings explored small scale markmaking and combining my usual soft atmospheric colour with more deliberate...More

Date posted: 6/11/2020
Location: 3a Hanover Road, Scarborough, UK
International Center of Photography Exhibition to Include Yorkshire Shot
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On March 20, the International Center of Photography announced an open call for imagemakers around the world to post and tag imagery of their experiences as the COVID-19 pandemic unfolded. Photojournalism and documentary pictures sit with staged and more metaphorical photographs. Amateur smartphone...More

Date posted: 30/09/2020
New Light Prize Exhibition winners announced
Date posted: 30/09/2020
Internationally acclaimed sculptor Gerry Judah exhibits at Dalby Forest this autumn
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Sculptures by internationally acclaimed artist Gerry Judah can be seen in Dalby Forest, North Yorkshire, this autumn. Judah’s solo exhibition, BENGAL: The Four Elements, will be in the Courtyard at Dalby Forest from Tuesday 15 September to Saturday 31 October.  The sculptor, known for his monumental...More

Date: From 15/09/2020 To 31/10/2020
Location: Dalby Forest Visitors Centre, Dalby Forest Drive, Low Dalby, Pickering, UK