Michael Scott’s (1946-2006) paintings are held in private collections throughout the world and in public collections including Ferens Gallery. He grew up in the Hessle Road area of Hull after the family moved there from Peterhead when he was ten. His father worked for over 20 years as a labourer in Broady’s, a pipework and ship […]Find out more »
This body of work arose from Linda’s eighteen-month plus engagement with three nature reserves, supported by funds from the Arts Council England. The National Reserve at Far Ings and the RSPB Blacktoft Sands Reserve provided a wealth of inspiration through very different formations of habitat; Far Ings at Barton developing out of the clay pits that provided materials for brick and tiles, and RSPB Blacktoft Sands, at the confluence of the […]Find out more »
Barton Civic Society hosts Madeleine Gray, Collections Assistant with North Lincolnshire Museums Service, who explores how the suffragettes used fashion to emphasise their cause. At the Wilderspin & National School Museum in the Joseph Wright Hall, Queen Street . Admission for Civic Society members is free. Non-members £4.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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