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The wealth and variety of handmade ceramics produced in Sheffield today will be celebrated at the Millennium Gallery this summer in a show curated by local potter Penny Withers.
Lost Stanley Spencer sketchbook found by The Hepworth Wakefield during research for summer exhibition
The Hepworth Wakefield has uncovered a sketchbook by the artist Stanley Spencer, dating from 1907 and containing his earliest known drawings and a short story.
Archaeologists have recreated the brutal approach hunter-gatherers took with red deer skulls 11,000 years ago - cutting away the lower jaw and throwing them on a fire.
A trio of exhibitions together with events, readings and a flurry of book publications mark the 125th birthday of Stanley Spencer in 2016/17.
Matter, physics, process and monuments to labour; John Latham rethought the limits and possibilities of art and he gets his day in a show pairing him with sixteen artists at the Henry Moore Institute ......
"Supermodel" mirrors and body-bracing iron Tudor corsets: Shaping the Body exhibition goes beyond bum implants
Corsets made of iron and mock-up kitchens are part of a display predating the age of bum implants at York Castle Museum.
Dozens of Iron Age skeletons found at prehistoric Yorkshire settlement could reveal burial rituals 2,500 years ago
A set of 75 square barrow graves from the Arras culture of Iron Age Yorkshire, found at a housing development in Pocklington, could tell archaeologists all about life 2,500 years ago.
"It looked pretty normal at first": Young archaeologist recalls finding 11,000-year-old pendant at Star Carr
Tom Bell, who dug up an 11,000-year-old, possibly shamanic prehistoric necklace at North Yorkshire's Star Carr site last month, says he originally thought the pendant was a bead.
Enid Blyton's prolific career was achieved through a typewriter perched on her lap - given to her in 1927 by Hugh Alexander Pollock, an editor she'd married three years earlier.