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The best ever view of the Mary Rose hull since her raising in 1982 is promised when the Mary Rose Museum re-opens in late summer 2016.
John Constable's scientific approach to capturing the effect of changing weather conditions on landscapes is to be explored in a new exhibition at The Lightbox in Woking opening February 2016.
Two fragments of a building sign in Roman Hampshire, spelling out the name of the French tribe who founded the town of Silchester during the 1st century BC, have been reunited by astonished archaeologists.
Spectacular finds from the sea off Sicily, revealing the Ancient civilizations that met and fought at the crossroads of the Mediterranean, will feature in a major Ashmolean exhibition in summer 2016.
Classically-trained vocal artist Elaine Mitchener has worked with everyone from Sonia Boyce to Goldie. Her latest work, Industrialising Intimacy, is all about our loss of privacy and the strength of......
Percy Bysshe Shelley's lost political poem, Poetical Essay on the Existing State of Things, has been acquired and revealed in full for the first time by the Bodleian Library.
"Very rare and extremely cool": X-rays to begin on thousands of 17th century letters which were never read
A haul of 2,000 opened and undelivered letters, discovered in The Hague and dating from the Glorious Revolution period between 1689 and 1707, are about to be read for the first time by experts.
Mikhail Karikis is the artist behind SeaWomen, a video and sound installation about a fast-vanishing community of elderly sea workers living on the North Pacific island of Jeju.
We launch our new weekly series celebrating the amazing ceramics in museums across the UK with this first Pot of the Week: A nineteenth century Harvest Jug from the Museum of English Rural Life in......
Culture24 speaks to Pallant House Gallery curator Katy Norris about war artist Evelyn Dunbar and the collection of her lost works which have gone on show at the gallery for the first time.
Energetic watercolours and intense engravings both feature in two shows about the poet and artist David Jones, who spent time in Sussex. Mark Sheerin reviews.