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.
Sewerby Hall and Gardens are celebrating success. The popular venue has become a Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice 2021 Award winner.
The award celebrates attractions that consistently deliver great experiences to travellers around the world. The accolade places Sewerby Hall and Gardens in the Top Ten Per Cent of attractions worldwide.
The summer exhibition at Sewerby Hall and Gardens is very revealing – it’s a ‘Brief’ History of Underwear.
On display in the house, and running until 14 November, the exhibition looks at how women’s bodies, in particular, have been manipulated into shape over the years by means of underwear, through the corset, bustle, girdle, brassiere and crinoline.
The East Riding Visual Arts Uplift is proud to announce two free talks by commissioned artists, Ian Kirkpatrick and Juliette Losq.
Following a hugely successful open call to artists, both nationally and internationally, the Visual Arts Uplift commissioned two artworks, ‘Beverlac’ by artist Ian Kirkpatrick, currently on display in Beverley Guildhall, and ‘Umbraculum’ by artist Juliette Losq, being exhibited at Sewerby Hall and Gardens.
On four Sundays in July, there will be a chance to come to Sewerby Hall and Gardens to meet some of the characters appearing in this summer’s Rusticus Woodland Creatures Theatre performances.
They will invite visitors behind the scenes to join in with fun activities in their woodland home. Visitors will be able to unleash their creative side and get stuck in with silly outdoor crafts, games and activities, all inspired by the wonderful woodland grounds at Sewerby Hall and Gardens.
The East Riding Visual Arts Uplift, working with the Humber Museums Partnership, is proud to be unveiling yet another contemporary artistic commission for interested artists to express an interest and submit their proposals.
The team at Sewerby Hall and Gardens have announced that the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition on loan from the Natural History Museum, which was rescheduled for Spring 2021, has been postponed again, and will now be on view in 2022.
Sewerby Hall and Gardens is to host the 56th edition of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition in 2021.
On loan from the Natural History Museum in London, the exhibition features 100 awe-inspiring images, featuring exceptional images which capture fascinating animal behaviour, spectacular species and the breathtaking diversity of the natural world.
Sewerby Hall and Gardens will be celebrating this October half-term holidays with brand new outdoor activities.
The Love Exploring app has had an update with a Halloween DanceTrail around the grounds with spooky Skeletons, witches, zombies and mummies. The free app can be downloaded from either the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.