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Archaeologists who excavated hundreds of buried bodies near Hereford Cathedral say a knight bearing unhealed wounds would have been a "very tough" individual.
Former Turner Prize nominee George Shaw has been singing the praises of Ikon Gallery, in Birmingham, ahead of an exhibition and auction featuring works by dozens of leading artists.
12th century pottery and the remains of a medieval town have been found by archaeologists carrying out work as part of a proposed £2.5 million car park in the West Midlands town.
The museum based in Coventry's 2-Tone Village is looking for a name and sponsor for three new galleries in a neighbouring building following 15 months of success.
Seven artists who transform, cut, embellish and rework found images are exploring themes of loss, memory, mass cultural experience and socially-constructed hierarchies at New Art Gallery Walsall.
New Place and Nash's House, where William Shakespeare's family lived for 19 years, have been awarded £1.8 million in funding ahead of the 400th anniversary of his death.
The artist known as the grandfather of black British photography will have his flat moved into Ikon Gallery if an Art Fund initiative raises £17,000. Here he tells us about his life and work.
Archaeologists who won planning permission to begin a dig at New Place, at Shakespeare's Birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon, expect the excavation to take four weeks when it begins on Wednesday.
Backed by £66,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund, a project in a north Shropshire hamlet will examine 28 medieval buildings in one of the largest surveys of its kind in Britain.