THECREATIVELAB in Beverley are once again running their highly successful holiday activities for young people in the Yorkshire area.
THECREATIVECLUB, a comprehensive Art & Craft focused holiday club, aims to enable young people to engage in inspiring creative practical activities in a safe, secure and enjoyable environment, while learning from experienced professional local artists and crafters.
Residents in the Beverley area with a keen eye for photography are being invited to capture an award-winning image of the Humber Bridge.
The #YourBridge project, run in association with Hilton Photographic, Hull, and London Camera Exchange, Lincoln High Street, is running throughout 2018, is open to photographers of all abilities, and each month features different theme.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s countryside access team has launched its Countryside Events 2018 programme that includes walks starting in Beverley.
From rambles and themed walks (including photography, navigation, bushcraft, geocaching and orienteering) to wildlife watching events; from Kids Go Wild events to workshops, conservation days and natural craft workshops – the programme includes something for everybody with an interest in the outdoors. The programme also links to the council’s Active Coast initiative this year.
Hull filmmaker Phil Codd has realised a lifelong dream with the final day’s shooting of his debut feature film, B-Negative.
Phil, a popular composer, musician and filmmaker on the regional arts scene, directed and wrote the full length vampire comedy, B-Negative, which has been produced, shot and cast entirely in Hull and East Yorkshire by his company, Mollusc Films.
Acclaimed photographers Martin Parr and Olivia Arthur from internationally renowned photography collective Magnum Photos take a unique look at Hull life in a new exhibition, Hull, Portrait of a City, that opens at Humber Street Gallery on Friday 13 October.
The photographers, whose work has been shown around the world, were commissioned by Hull UK City of Culture 2017 to explore two different aspects of the culture of the city.
The Viewfinder Photographic Society’s (VPS) annual photography exhibition in Skidby gets underway once again at the beginning of October this year.
Figures show that visitor numbers broke all records last year, proving that the free exhibition of club members’ images is now a well-established and appreciated fixture in the community’s calendar of events.
From Saturday 22 July, 2017, and throughout the summer holidays, the Treasure House in Beverley will be hosting a display of pictures from the recent ‘Nature of Animals’ Schools Photography Competition.
During the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition held at Beverley Art Gallery earlier this year, schools across the East Riding were invited to take part in a wildlife photography competition.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is reminding residents that the hugely popular free exhibition, Wildlife Photographer of the Year, on loan from the Natural History Museum in London, closes on Saturday, 22 April.
The touring exhibition at Beverley Art Gallery in the Treasure House has been open since 10 February, but its ten-week run in the East Riding comes to an end at 4pm on Saturday 22 April.