What's happening here, then?
Squint a bit and you should be able to make out JFK’s fateful last car journey through Texas in 1963. The painting is by David Tweedy and is part of his fabulous new exhibitio...
The Maker Faire UK is nigh!
That annual jamboree of crafty coders, dotty DIYers and frankly bonkers boffins are rocking up at the Life Science Centre on 1 and 2 April for the always amazing Maker Faire U...
Imagine a show that combines both dinosaurs and LEGO. Sounds like the stuff of your dreams, does it not? Well stop imagining and get with the reality of BRICK DINOS which is c...
Last chance to hear…
The ‘Hearing Voices: suffering, inspiration, and the everyday’ exhibition at the Place Green Library in Durham has some special events surrounding it in February.
Paola Ciarska’s miniature paintings focus on the minutiae of everyday life and appeal to the voyeur in us.
Brr… Rather ewe than me
Beyond the Border: New Contemporary Photography from Scotland is the fascinating new show that is opening at The Granary Gallery in Berwick this February.
An exhibition simply oozing quality
Holly Hendry is presenting an entirely new body of work, ‘Wrot’, at her first solo show at a UK institution. And that institution in full: BALTIC.
Take it to the Bridge (one last time)
The NewBridge Project’s last ever exhibition at their current location is ‘Moving On Up, Moving On Out’, and it will be packed with celebratory events.
Bones sweet bones
‘Bones: Skeleton Secrets of the Animal World’ is the major new family friendly exhibition opening at the Great North Museum: Hancock in February.
Fancy a sleepover with this...
The Great North Museum: Hancock are having an adults only sleepover in March. Oh my!
Are you looking at me…?
Inspired by the remarkably innovative style of Sir Anthony van Dyck’s last self-portrait, Modern Visionaries: Van Dyck and the Artists’ Eye at the Laing Art Gallery, presents ...
Vane is in the pink
And by “in the pink” I mean they’ve got three (THREE!) fascinating exhibitions beginning in January.
The Picasso of urban
With his cut and paste collage style, Guy Denning could indeed be the Picasso of urban art. Or is he, with that loose and expressive style, maybe the Bacon of urban art? Find ...