With its magnificent flower gardens and beautiful mansion house, Sewerby Hall and Gardens is well known for its beauty. A significant Anglo-Saxon cemetery has also been unearthed in Sewerby during the 1950s and 1970s.
East Yorkshire Museums Partnership Education Officer Robert Chester has developed a workshop based on funding from Humber Museums Partnership and Arts Council England to tell the story of the pagan 6th and 7th century Anglo-Saxons who lived and settled in East Yorkshire.
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.
Anybody who recently enjoyed Gordon Meredith’s new play at East Riding Theatre, ‘Paint the Town Fred’, all about Beverley’s most famous artists, Fred and Mary Elwell, can go and see the unrivalled collection of paintings by both artists on display at Beverley Art Gallery, located in the Treasure House in Champney Road.
An exhibition at Beverley Art Gallery sheds light on the fact that Beverley was at the centre of the European art world in the 1960s and early ‘70s….
In 1962, the Beverley-based sculptor, Jacqueline Stieger, met the Austrian sculptor, Alfred Gruber. A personal and creative relationship followed that not only brought Gruber to Beverley but also introduced his European artistic friends to the region.
There will be an opportunity to find out more about the new exhibition at Beverley Art Gallery, ‘Crossing Borders from the Danube to the Humber: Alfred Gruber and Friends’ at a free lunchtime drop by a tour on Monday, 25 April from 12.30pm to 1pm at the Treasure House in Beverley.
A brand new exhibition at Beverley Art Gallery, opening on Saturday, 9 April, will present the outstanding work of Austrian-born sculptor, Alfred Gruber, and the artistic friends he encountered on his journey from Austria to East Yorkshire via Switzerland and Prague.
The new exhibition at the Treasure House in Beverley, ‘Hidden: Cold War Women’, gives a glimpse into a lesser-known period of history, the Cold War.
The exhibition centres on photographic portraits of local women by artist Lee Karen Stow. Many of the women were members of the Royal Observer Corps or serving with the RAF. Some were involved with local authority Emergency Planning, whilst others were part of the peace moment.
East Riding Museums have updated their webpage which celebrates ways that visiting their venues can support wellbeing, through the ‘Five Ways to Wellbeing’: connect, be active, take notice, learn, and give.
It’s very nearly the last chance to see the hugely popular ‘Brick Wonders’ exhibition, curated by artist Warren Elsmore, at Beverley Art Gallery. The last day of the exhibition will be Saturday, 2 October 2021.