January 25 2015 Latest news:
Discover the people who live, work and holiday in Yorkshire as well as one or two quirky local items!
Follow the life and work of William Blake and discover his prowess as a printmaker, painter and poet.
From David Hockney and Tracey Emin to John Constable and JMW Turner, discover the rise of self-portraiture and its impact on Western art.
Combining the talents of two noted photographers of past and present, this exhibition examines the lasting influence of the late Tony Ray-Jones on the development of British photography from the 1970s to the present day.
Discover the work of Peter Yates and how he was influenced by both his peers and his travels across the globe.
Trace the evolution of photography, as both a means of scientific and social record as well as a medium for artistic expression, and take a look at how photographic processes actually work.
Discover the links between Britain and India during the 18th and 19th centuries.
If Father Christmas forgers to bring you a dolls’ house this year, take a trip to this exhibition instead where 12 miniature residences are on display for all to enjoy.
Enjoy a photographic record of life at sea in Cornwall in the 1800s.
Cardiff will once again be turning its festive cheer up to max with its annual Winter Wonderland event.
View an alternative take on traditional ceramics at this exhibition of Paul Scott’s work.
With a range of prints, drawings, silverware, furniture and weapons being highlighted throughout, learn more about the Battle of Waterloo and its aftermath during a visit to Windsor Castle.
The work of Francis Bacon, David Hockney, L.S. Lowry, Stanley Spencer and George Shaw are among those on display at this exhibition which brings together over 50 works celebrating British painting over the past 60 years.
Dust off your vocal chords and join in with the choir of St Mary’s and Royal Spa Brass as they perform a range of Christmas carols to get visitors into the festive spirit.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Hever Castle where the rooms are adorned with greenery and glistening decorations.
View Kew in a new light as a glittering mile-long trail leads visitors through the gardens after dark where large-scale light installations dwarf the surrounding plant life.
Enjoy this free exhibtiion of works by Kevin Parrish, a local artist from Leamington Spa.
A gold-plated hippo skull, the jaw of a 70 foot long prehistoric shark, and the world’s most intelligent computer are among the exhibits in London’s ‘Curiosities from The Hanbury Collection’ curated by The Connor Brothers.
Learn about the role of the horse during the First World War and how the animals were depicted.
There’s a very unusual new trail to follow across London right now, and the waymarkers are hard to miss! Thanks to VisitLondon.com, the NSPCC and STUDIOCANAL, 50 Paddington Bear statues can be seen across the capital for The Paddington Trail, until 30 December 2014.
What’s not to love about a traditional Christmas market? Those Swiss-style stalls bedecked in the finery of the season, the scent of cinnamon and spiced orange hanging in the air, warming mugs of hot chocolate and mulled wine in hand...
Discover the work of artist Emily Sutton at Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
The discover the work of an artist whose personal life often overshadowed his brilliance.
The final round of the FIA World Rally Championship will see world class action hit North Wales.
When it comes to this exhibition, all that glitters is most certainly gold as treasures from the Royal Collection go on show.
For anyone with a passion for lab coats, safety goggles and Bunsen burners, Dundee is the place to be this November.
Birmingham Year of Science 2014 (www.birminghamyearofscience2014.com) sees a wide range of activities and scientific events, ranging from conferences to state of the art shows and festivals, all aiming to inspire, engage and entertain visitors, students, businesses and academics alike.