People in Everyday Places As an art student in the 1980's Tony was influenced by the paintings of the early Italian renaissance; Giotto, Simone Martini, Duccio, Bellini etc, and by early Indian painting. The simplification and manipulation of form and space used to integrate the figure within an intimate space to produce an image loaded […]Find out more »
Boyes Golden Values is an exhibition explores the relationship between sculpture and art jewellery, and the relationship between art and everyday objects. In 1969, the sculptors Alfred Gruber and Jacqueline Stieger left their home in Switzerland and settled in East Yorkshire. Gruber had worked with Hans Arp and had exhibited his art jewellery alongside Calder […]Find out more »
In this award-winning and dynamic one-woman tour-de-force Susanna plays the Fool - and every other character - to tell a very personal and poignant story that honours the beautiful language of Shakespeare's Lear while taking a bit of poetic licence. Nearly Lear is an exuberant and unexpectedly blend of tragedy and humour that has entranced […]Find out more »
Samuel Wilderspin began his pioneering work spreading Infant Schools throughout the British Isles in 1820. To commemorate this bicentenary anniversary Ian Wolseley explores the travels, trials and tribulations of this itinerant promoter of Infant education as he journeyed by road and sea just as the railway age dawned – making a four-year “stopover” here in […]Find out more »
In his debut UK tour, award-winning, Josh Berry mocks people who went to slightly more prestigious private schools than him for an hour. Josh will probably agonise about whether it's right that he's making lots of money these days over the course of a performance he's charging you to watch. He'll also in all likelihood […]Find out more »
Hidden History tells of Barton upon Humber's fascinating history through a collection of media including original and authentic photographs, video clips, narration and text.
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