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Stretching from floor to ceiling at Chatsworth in Derbyshire, a set of ochre-coloured panels represent the culmination of nearly four years of work by artist Jacob van der Beugel.
Hidden behind wallpaper in the Newark building which will become the National Civil War Centre, a pair of red emblems and graffiti are mystifying conservators.
Something is happening in the East Midlands, as a city of 300,000 is home to three thriving studio spaces and two high quality public galleries.
As the project to understand Richard III's entire genetic makeup begins, Dr Turi King talks about the history, archaeology and science behind the tests.
"Hugely important" genome sequencing will reveal more about Richard III and have a "profound impact" on our understanding of disease and heredity, say scientists.
The Director of Nottingham Contemporary tells us how a monstrous, telepathic creature from out of space landed in the Midlands gallery
A year after DNA tests confirmed the body of Richard III had been found, Leicester Cathedral and the descendents of the King have launched campaigning websites.
The artist formerly known as Spartacus enjoys her first solo show in a UK institution. Visitors can expect low art and high energy, says Mark Sheerin.
There's not other way to say this, but urine and faeces share the stage with great brushwork in Iranian artist's UK show. Mark Sheerin takes a look.
A "hidden element" which could have scuppered the plan to return the iconic train to the mainline railway will prove straightforward to solve, according to engineers.
A permanent exhibition devoted to Grantham's most powerful daughter has opened at the Lincolnshire town's museum, where a ballot box and 1970s TV are proving popular.
A mid-17th century gold ring, possibly given as a gift between family members on opposing sides of the Civil War, will go on show at the new £5.4 million centre.
More than 7,500 people have backed a petition in support of the heritage site on Victorian colliery grounds, which is under threat following hefty funding cuts.
From Warwick to Wolverhampton and Walsall to Birmingham, we look ahead to Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, Jeremy Deller and more in 2014 at galleries across the Midlands.
Warwickshire Archaeology have announced the result of a public vote to name the skeletal remains of a Roman child found in Leicestershire at the end of October.