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.
Steppin’ out in style
Style kittens are flocking to ‘Putting on the Ritz!’ at Bailiffgate Museum, which takes visitors through 100 years of fashion.
The magic of sculpture
The Cheeseburn Sculpture Gardens near Stamfordham are holding several glorious open weekends once again this summer. Hooray!
The Bowes Museum is going to be bricking it over the summer months.
Redcar’s Kirkleatham Museum are showcasing a powerful celebration of our region’s steel and industrial heritage.
Glass! Make some!
Not only is the National Glass Centre showing the best glassware in the UK, they’re also showing you HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN! Imagine!
The Wallington Gallery , Corbridge Antiques, Northumberland.
Local views (and more) up for grabs The Wallington Gallery in Corbridge sells original art from British and European artists including some fabulous local scenes.
The Congregational Gallery, top of the High Street, Rothbury.
You fully know what to expect when you turn up a rural gallery, do you not? Maybe some nice watercolours of “views” and a few farmyard animals made out of skanky bits of bark,...