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Beer brewing, pickling and salting took place in William Shakespeare’s kitchen, say archaeologists creating the most accurate version yet of the huge Stratford-upon-Avon house he bought more than 400 years ago.
There's a strong sense of social history in our Pot of the Week - a bell ringer's jug, which in 1825 helped local bell ringers drink 150 litres of beer at the Mayor’s expense.
Dave Humphrey, the curator of the centenary room at RAF Cosford's Defence School of Photography, on the story of what could well be the Great Escape camera.
Hannah Tounsend has won the FRESH 2015 award at the British Ceramics Biennial for her series of printed vessels inspired by the weatherworn surfaces of the British coastline.
Following an eight-month dismantling process and a four-month rebuild, the Royal Air Force Museum Cosford has put its VC10 on public display.
Curator's Choice: Dr Matt Thompson on Landscape with Machines at Britain's Original Industrial Powerhouse in Shropshire
Dr Matt Thompson, Senior Curator at the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust, on a Thomas Hornor work and more from new exhibition Landscape with Machines.
Sam Bakewell wins British Ceramics Biennial AWARD with "pseudo shaman's hut" full of mysterious objects
Sam Bakewell wins the British Ceramics Biennial Award for his beguiling ceramic installation Imagination Dead Imagine.
We travel across the heart of England, from the East Midlands to the West Midlands, seeking the region's best art exhibitions between now and Christmas.
The touring show from Arts Council Collection reaches the West Midlands and features the forerunners of the YBA movement. Mark Sheerin takes a look.