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One of the country's best examples of late Georgian architecture has reopened following an eight-month, £5 million project which has reunited its buildings.
Chosen from an open submission process, 50 emerging and established artists are taking part in The Grant Bradley Gallery's annual exhibition.
Artists Ali Pretty and Richard White work with the Wiltshire Museum and Devizes Outdoor Celebratory Arts to produce a unique experience of Wiltshire’s chalk hillsides.
Death in the Potteries, swimwear in Glasgow, Mary Queen of Scots in Edinburgh and the reopening of a £5 million Georgian mansion in Bath. Here are our history picks.
From Bournemouth to Inverness, there are five impressive science festivals to choose from this month, as well as a couple of excellent new exhibitions.
Fears that artworks may have been affected by a kitchen fire attended by three ambulances have been allayed at Cornwall's best-known art gallery.
Tate St Ives' eclectic summer show features eight artists including Linder Sterling, Patrick Heron and Allen Ruppensberg.
Artist Gavin Turk's occult new sculptures are among the after-hours attractions in the West country. Mark Sheerin explores the power of pyramids.
Gavin Turk is heading to Bristol Museum and Art Gallery for Museums at Night. Here he tells Mark Sheerin about the power of the pyramids and other wisdom from the east.
An ongoing investigation by Brazilian artist Maria Thereza Alves into ballast flora in the port cities of Europe has birthed an inimitable botanical landmark in Bristol.
From the Thames and Kew Gardens to Greenland and journeys through the Earth, May is an inspiring month in Science and Nature. Here are a few exhibitions we've spotted.
Watershed is inviting applications in a search for a magician, artist, illusionist or designer to take part in a two-month project at the Bristol venue.
Aiming for modest prices and an air of inclusivity, the Bristol edition of the international art fair returns to the city for the 11th time at the end of this week.
Using a hand-crafted wooden book and their mobile phone, visitors to Bristol's Watershed will be able to follow stories through the city streets in a new literary adventure.
Transporting a star-studded Los Angeles coffee house from half a century ago to Devon, Peninsula Arts Gallery's new show owes everything to a great storyteller.