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Karen Snowden, of Scarborough Museums Trust, explains why bathing costumes have sparked fashion trends and controversy across the centuries.
Ahead of an expected 10% budget cut in this month's spending review, leaders say a £6 million annual deficit could cause one of the north's popular science museums to close.
A ceiling added to help control the gallery environment has been removed as part of an £8 million project which will transform York Art Gallery when it reopens in 2015.
From mosaics and mints found beneath the cathedral to the remains of Roman barracks, Viking horns and unseen Gospels, a new exhibition in York spans 2,000 years.
A 19th century textiles mill on the River Calder, handily positioned opposite The Hepworth Wakefield, will become a major new contemporary arts space.
Organisers in York say the painstaking process of adding lettering to the side of a 1930s locomotive from Canada is the culmination of a "labour of love".
From John Lewis to the Barn Gallery, husband and wife artists build A Siege of Cranes at Barn Gallery Otley
Partly based on the Red-crowned Crane which became a symbol of hope in an area of Northern Japan, an artist duo have made a series of large-scale, beautiful installations at Otley's Barn Gallery.
A century after Harry Brearley hit upon the formula for "rustless" steel, a renamed room and two displays at Kelham Island Museum honour the Sheffield lad's achievements.
In what may be the most accurate representation of the King yet, a head based on scans carried out by Leicester Royal Infirmary will form a cranial summer centrepiece in York.
Scarborough Museums' Will Watts recalls a bitterly cold, ten-day excavation on a North Yorkshire beach which plugged a gap of around 60 million years.
Ahead of this year's celebrations reuniting engines which now call Canada and North America home, we take a look back with the National Railway Museum.
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.
Flags have been flown in Doncaster and York Castle has been lit up as part of the build up to the 75th anniversary of the Mallard breaking the world steam speed record.
A set of churches along the Wolds of East and West Yorkshire, created by a baronet father-and-son more than a century ago, will open to the public for a weekend in May.
Led by Bob and Roberta Smith, an "antidote to political party conferences" in Scarborough will push the cause for arts education. All-night parties, a march for Old Flo and breakfast on the north......