Beverley Art Gallery’s Home is So Sad exhibition opens with a talk at the Treasure House on Saturday, 1 April. This Artist’s Talk will take place on the opening day of the exhibition at 1.30pm and will last until 2.45pm. Two international artists living and working in Korea will be presenting their wor
Beverley Art Gallery’s popular Open Art exhibition is closing on Saturday, 7 January 2023, so don’t miss it.
This year’s selectors, Neil Helyard and Mimi Claughton, well-known Beverley artists and tutors, selected over 100 entries from local artists, reflecting many different styles. The entries to be displayed were selected over the course of two days.
It was recently announced that the East Riding of Yorkshire Council would transform the Treasure House in Champney Road, Beverley, into a Beverley Hub, combining several existing council services under one roof.
The £3.3 million scheme includes a new customer service centre and enhanced library, as well as relocating the council’s registration services from Walkergate House.
The popular ‘Brick City’ Exhibition created by Warren Elsmore will be on display at Beverley Art Gallery for one more week. Saturday, 10 September, will be the last day of the exhibition. It will close at 3.45PM.
It has been a hot spot for visitors to the Treasure House on Champney Road where iconic buildings from around the world have been meticulously recreated in LEGO® bricks.
An exciting programme of events has been arranged to accompany the new exhibition, ‘Brick City’, opening at Beverley Art Gallery in the Treasure House. The events are being led by Brickbox, specialists in LEGO brick model making.
The ‘Brick City’ Exhibition, created by Warren Elsmore, will be on display until Saturday, 10 September, with free admission, and no need to book in advance.
After the huge success of last summer’s ‘Brick Wonders’ exhibition at Beverley Art Gallery, LEGO® will return to the Treasure House this month with ‘Brick City’.
The ‘Brick City’ Exhibition, created once again by Warren Elsmore, will be on display in Beverley Art Gallery from Saturday, 16 July until Saturday, 10 September, with free admission, and no need to book in advance.