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The campaign to improve experiences for families in museums has released a new film made by teenagers and details of its annual Family Friendly Award longlist.
As a major new show of UK Land Art gets underway in Southampton, Culture24 maps out a geographical history of the movement.
The winners of the 2013 Museums and Heritage Excellence Awards were announced last night, May 15, in London at a gala dinner hosted by comedian Sue Perkins.
Our monthly round-up of shows includes photography in Wales, painting in Northern Ireland and Uncommon Ground in Southampton.
Four lithographs by surrealist Joan Miró are among a set of artworks worth more than £4 million going on display in Cardiff as part of a gift from collectors Eric and Jean Cass.
A far cry from simple sheds by the sea, the new exhibition at Aberystwyth Arts Centre features more than 100 innovative models for contemporary beach huts.
Dot Dot Dash at the National Library of Wales traces key milestones of communication in Wales through film and audio archives, cartoons and retro gadgets.
Housed in Powys' Automobile Palace, the National Cycle Collection - home to a vintage range of bikes dating as far back as 1819 - is inviting children to get drawing this month.
Forty-two years after its redesigner died trying to beat its 172 mph record, a Bangor University lecturer's replica of a 1.72 ton speed demon has gone on show in Swansea.
The dextrous potter and writer explores the age-old relationship between pottery and human burial rituals in a Cardiff display of beautiful vessels.
From Hepworth to Pembrokeshir, here's what the ten museum vying for the £100,000 prize have to say for themselves this year.
There are Secrets of the Royal Bedchambers and Olympic flashbacks in London. It's also Beamish's birthday, and Arbeia Fort and Museum, in South Shields, is back open.
Alan Davie, David Hockney, Bridget Riley and Peter Blake contribute to a major survey of Pop Art, accompanied by new works from Welsh artists Tim Davies and Holly Davey.
More than 4,000 events are taking place across Britain for the annual British Science Association festival, including Victorian tours in Newcastle and a packed schools programme.
Graham Sutherland's watercolours, sketches and oil paintings are currently being displayed at Oriel Parc Gallery, in the beautiful Pembrokeshire setting that inspired them.