Arts&Culture

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A new summer festival for Yorkshire

A new Festival will be launched across Kirklees this summer, with a mix of venue-based, outdoor and digital events. Sangam Festival: A Celebration of South Asian Heritage has secured support from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants to run during South Asian Heritage Month

Creative Yorkshire folk invited to come up with their own Xscape logo design

Xscape Yorkshire has partnered up with two leading Yorkshire artists to encourage the county to get creative and craft their own Xscape logo – with the winner’s design used by the visitor attraction. The Create Your Xscape competition is giving people the chance to design their own version of the

Yorkshire Sculpture Park set to welcome visitors back this spring

As spring brings the promise of brighter days ahead, Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) has unveiled its plans to continue its phased reopening in line with the government roadmap, and welcome visitors back to appreciate and enjoy a remarkable collection in an exceptional landscape. YSP is a unique cultural destination, museum

Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women since 1945

Breaking the Mould is the first extensive survey of post-war British sculpture by women in a public institution. Spanning more than seventy years and exploring the work of fifty sculptors, this exhibition provides a radical recalibration, addressing the many accounts of British sculpture that have marginalised women or airbrushed their

The Piece Hall Trust to receive £442,700 from the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund

Among more than 2,700 recipients to benefit from the latest round of awards from the £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund This award will help The Piece Hall reopen The Piece Hall in Halifax has received a grant of £442,700 from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture

21 Conference is a hit, kick-starting the County’s tourism resurgence

A hub of activity, Welcome to Yorkshire’s ‘Y21’ conference was a packed programme of high-profile speakers and tourism announcements, held from Tuesday 30th to Wednesday 31st March. With over 250,000 impressions and engagements on social media a large virtual audience tuned in to watch Yorkshire hosts, TV’s

Photo flashback: Leeds uses its loaf

A remarkable image captured more than 120 years ago has revealed the bizarre day Leeds residents constructed a huge archway from bread to welcome an aristocrat. The half-baked idea is just one of thousands of the city’s unique stories ready to be discovered in the newly-relaunched Leodis photo archive