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Striking ceramics and colourful textile weaving from a pair of internationally acclaimed artists in a new exhibition at Cambridge's Lynne Strover Gallery.
An exhibition at the De Morgan Collection brings its guidng light - the inimitable Mrs Stirling, a remarkable Battersea resident, author and collector of Victorian art - to light.
Taking over some of Sheffield's most inspiring venues during May, the steel city's programme of displays, activities and workshops is a metal festival with a difference.
The dextrous potter and writer explores the age-old relationship between pottery and human burial rituals in a Cardiff display of beautiful vessels.
One of the later Japanese potters to work at the Leach is celebrated with a show celebrating the East-West flow of ideas began by Bernard Leach during the early 20th century.
Working in a multitude of highly crafty forms, some of the finest artists with roots in Somerset are given a rare showcase in the county in a hands-on new exhibition.
The locally-born embroidery pioneer inspires a major triennial exhibition by the Northamptonshire Branch of the Embroider's Guild.
The £8 million development of York Art Gallery as a centre for studio ceramics has been given a boost by a £3.5 million grant from National Lottery through Arts Council England.
A poetic history of Alexander the Great and a 60,000-couplet which is the longest poem ever written by a single person star in an Oriental literary winter at the Bodleian.
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The set of tapestries made by Grayson Perry, inspired by meeting communities around the country, will start a national tour in Sunderland.
Jewellery inspired by the Lake District and textiles woven in one of the country's finest studios are among the highlights in the Shipley Art Gallery's annual exhibition.
More than 100 contemporary artists are hoping to sell their works directly to the public as the three-day fair returns for a third year after attracting 7,000 people in 2011.
Once the reserve of the privileged few during the 17th century, a range of exotic cabinets have opened their doors to the public in a decadent display at the Holburne.
From Manchester to Chichester, we scour the UK for the most promising shows in the world of art, old and new. Find your nearest here: