Isn’t that a Gainsborough?
Yes indeed! And you can see work from the 18th century master at ‘The Origins of British Landscape’, which is the very first temporary exhibition at the Bishop Trevor Gallery.
Yep. You are invited.
People in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones but they should throw parties, and that’s exactly what the National Glass Centre are doing as they celebrate their 21st birthday....
Game of Life
50 years of videogaming is being celebrated at ‘Game On 2.0’ which is invading the Life Science Centre throughout the summer months.
It’s Millar time
Newcastle’s latest exhibition space, Hancock Gallery, has opened with a wide-ranging retrospective of Alexander Millar’s work.
Strange goings on at Lindisfarne
Brace yourself for stories, rumours and half-truths as ‘Now you see me’ comes to Lindisfarne Castle. Lindisfarne Castle is drenched in history, not all of it pleasant.
Rigs, furrows and sheep
Mary Ann Rogers is one of the UK’s foremost wildlife artists but she’s also a dab hand at capturing the peculiar beauty of the north-east landscape.
When one of the country’s most famous attractions, Dippy the Diplodocus, comes stomping into Great North Museum: Hancock, you don’t walk, you run (ie towards it, not away. It ...
Save this little fella!
A new exhibition of north-east schoolchildren’s drawings – working with artist, Jane Lee McCrackern – is coming to Thought Foundation in Birtley (along with an endangered spec...
A home banker
‘More Than A Game’ at South Shields Museum & Art Gallery celebrates the world’s most popular sport in this very special year for one of the region’s clubs.
Look who’s just turned 21
The National Glass Centre is one of the real jewels in the north-east cultural crown, and they’re celebrating their 21stbirthday in fine style with ‘NGC 21’ an exhibition that...
One good Turner deserves another…
…and another, and another. JMW Turner is arguably Britain’s greatest ever artist (scratch “arguably” - he just is) and a major new exhibition of his work is coming to the Gran...
Spenny for your thoughts
Norman Cornish (1919-2014) was the last surviving member of the “Pitman’s Academy” art school at the Spennymoor Settlement in County Durham and a new exhibition of his work at...
The really Wild show
Wild is a celebration of the natural history of the British Isles and it’s coming to Palace Green Library in Durham.