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The 2013 winner of the Great British Bake off, Frances Quinn, is at the Hepworth in Wakefield today to celebrate the gallery's millionth visitor with a Barbara Hepworth inspired cake.
A lengthy fundraising campaign has ended in triumph after the second of two Iron Age torcs, buried together near Tadcaster, was bought by the Yorkshire Museum.
Organisers say the inaugural Art Party Conference, which turned the Spa into an artistic Hogwarts and re-evaluated the way art is taught, went "beyond their wildest dreams".
Two new exhibitions at The Hepworth Wakefield will allow visitors to compare and contrast the work of Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth.
From a lightship moored at the marina to a classy art gallery and the history centre where the first City of Culture event will take place, we pick some highlights in Hull.
Only in England: Photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr and Universal Everything and You, an intriguing app, provide a strong opening to the Science Museum's new venue, Media Space.
The former headquarters of the Tetley Brewery will reopen as a new contemporary arts space for Leeds at the end of November.
Ahead of a visit which will see her meet the famous locomotive for the first time, curators expect "colourful tales" from Henry Croucher's daughter at the Railway Museum.
A rare portrait made by Charlotte Brontë of one of her friends has been returned to the Brontë home in Yorkshire for the first time in more than 170 years.
Co-organised by artist Bob and Roberta Smith and Scarborough's Crescent Arts, the Art Party holds its first conference in Scarborough at the end of November, aiming to create a lively debate about......
After being boarded up for more than 50 years, hand-drawn 19th century wall hangings depicting Napoleonic scenes have been uncovered by staff at York Castle Museum.
From a soundtracked projection onto William the Conqueror's Clifford's Tower to a Viking legend at the Yorkshire Museum, Illuminating York is on fire in its ninth year.
20,000 visitors descended upon York's National Railway Museum at the weekend, including dozens of former railway workers from major sheds across Britain.
New Delhi film, sculptor and installation artist Amar Kanwar's new exhibition at Yorkshire Sculpture Park uses 272 varieties of rice seed. They are, he says, a symbol of loss.
The lost medieval church of St John the Baptist in York has been uncovered by a public archaeology programme uniting archaeologists, students and amateurs.