A new solo sculpture exhibition by David Sprakes will be at Beverley Art Gallery in the Treasure House from Saturday, 5 May to Saturday, 30 June.
The free exhibition includes fifty sculptures with drawings and research. The work is inspired by landscape and east coast vistas where sculptures in bronze, aluminium, steel, marble and acrylic evoke a sense of ageing, time and weathering.
Beverley and Holderness MP, Graham Stuart, has accelerated his campaign to secure £40 million of funding from the government to transform the dangerous Jock’s Lodge junction. Graham said that the East Riding deserves substantial investment in its infrastructure following major regeneration deals for other areas across the North.
Having met the Transport Secretary to make the case in person, Graham has now written to Jake Berry, Minister for the Northern Powerhouse, and the Chief Executive of Transport for the North, Barry White, to lobby them to support the funding request.
A Hall for Hull with ‘Trois Points de Vue’ – a joint commission from The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and Hull UK City of Culture 2017.
Officially unveiled to the public on Monday 2nd October. The monumental temporary installation has transformed Trinity Square with sixteen galvanized steel columns arranged in a grid formation in front of Hull Minster to form a new ‘outdoor room’ for the city.
Dr. Daniel Diaz-Garcia, who was awarded his doctorate from the University of Nuevo Leon in Mexico, is currently visiting the research laboratory of Beverley cancer scientist Dr. Justin Sturge at The University of Hull.
A ‘clear skills and training investment strategy’ is bearing fruit for Beverley, East Yorkshire-based Local Transport Projects (LTP).
Working closely with regional and northern universities, LTP has brought on board two new trainees as the company progresses its policy of providing genuine career opportunities for transport and traffic engineering professionals.