A programme of talks and photography workshops has been announced to accompany the hugely popular Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition running at the Treasure House in Beverley until 22 April, one of the key East Riding events in Hull UK City of Culture 2017, in which East Riding of Yorkshire Council is a Principal Partner.
Tuesday 21 March will see a talk by award-winning wildlife photographer George Stoyle (current winner of the British Wildlife Photography Award) at the Treasure House, at 6.30pm : ‘Photography in Conservation and Environmental Research’.
This month will see more family events to accompany the hugely popular Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Treasure House in Beverley running until 22 April, one of the key East Riding events in Hull UK City of Culture 2017, in which East Riding of Yorkshire Council is a Principal Partner.
On Saturday 11 March, the Treasure House will host ‘Crazy Cardboard Critters’ from 10am until 3pm.
Hull will be at the forefront of national events to mark 50 years since the start of the decriminalisation of homosexuality in the UK, when it hosts the biggest LGBT+ celebrations ever held in the region.
Hull 2017 is joining forces with Pride in Hull and the iconoclastic queer collective Duckie and a host of partners to create LGBT 50, which will take place from 22 – 29 July.
A free exhibition taking you on a journey seen through the eyes of people with dementia and those who support them goes on display tomorrow (Wednesday 22 February) as part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017.
The exhibition, Hull, We Made it, We Did is part of The Butterfly Effect, one of 60 projects to receive funding through the Hull 2017 Creative Communities Programme, which is being delivered in partnership with the Big Lottery Fund.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s countryside access team has launched its Countryside Events 2017 programme.
From rambles and themed walks (including photography, navigation, 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.
Beverley Art Gallery, in partnership with the East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Hull UK City of Culture 2017 and the Natural History Museum in London, are proud to showcase one hundred awe-inspiring images from all over the world in a major exhibition that will raise the profile of the Gallery as a must-visit venue for locals and visitors.
To accompany the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at Beverley Art Gallery, one of the key East Riding events in Hull UK City of Culture 2017 (in which East Riding of Yorkshire Council is a Principal Partner), an exciting events programme has just been launched.
Staff at the Treasure House in Beverley have organised a range of fun family events, fascinating talks and captivating workshops to support this free, world-renowned exhibition.
The world-renowned Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, on loan from the Natural History Museum in London, will open at Beverley Art Gallery in The Treasure House in Beverley on Saturday 11 February, featuring 100 awe-inspiring images, from fascinating animal behaviour to breathtaking wild landscapes.
It is one of the East Riding’s major events as part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017, in which East Riding of Yorkshire Council is a principal partner.
Five iconic paintings by one of the leading British painters of the 20th century, Francis Bacon, will join the redisplay of the notable permanent collection at Ferens Art Gallery, thanks to National Lottery players.
The Francis Bacon: Nervous System exhibition marks the very first time that Bacon’s work has been brought to Hull and the series will be on display between Saturday 21 January – Monday 1 May 2017.
Stunning pictures of birds produced by Benjamin Fawcett, a renowned 19th century bookseller, stationer and printer who was based in Driffield, are highlighted in rare books available to view at the Treasure House in Beverley.
Benjamin Fawcett performed the engravings and printing work for the much-celebrated Victorian book ‘A History of British Birds’ in 1851.
Greatfield 60 – a celebration of 60 years of the East Hull estate – is launching this month with a photography exhibition at a ‘pop-up’ art gallery.
The project is part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017’s artistic programme and is being funded through the Hull 2017 Creative Communities Programme, which is being delivered in partnership with the Big Lottery Fund.
The Eagle Huntress follows Aisholopan, a 13-year-old girl, as she trains to become the first female in twelve generations of her Kazakh family to become an eagle hunter, and rises to the pinnacle of a tradition that has been handed down from father to son for centuries.
Set against the breathtaking expanse of the Mongolian steppe, The Eagle Huntress features some of the most awe-inspiring cinematography ever captured in a documentary, giving this intimate tale of a young girl’s quest the dramatic force of an epic narrative film.
The Treasure House at Beverley has unveiled its programme of exhibitions and events for 2017, and will be playing a major role in Hull UK City of Culture 2017.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council – a Principal Partner in Hull 2017 – has published the programme of events, which includes the prestigious 52nd Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition from 11 February to 22 April, on loan from the Natural History Museum.