Category: Exhibition – Archived

Luke Jerram – Museum of the Moon

Picture of Museum of the moon installation at 20-21

17 May to 5 June Museum of the Moon is a breath-taking touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram. Visitors to the main gallery of 20-21 Visual Arts Centre can admire the stunning moon sculpture, measuring six metres in diameter,… Continue Reading Luke Jerram – Museum of the Moon

Misshapes: The Making of Tatty Devine

Colour graphic for Misshapes: the Making of Tatty Devine showing a face themed necklace

12 April to 11 June Scunthorpe Central Library, Church Square This exhibition marking 20 years of Tatty Devine explores entrepreneurship, innovative British making and creativity. Jewellery, sketchbooks, photos and flyers tell their story against the background of social and cultural… Continue Reading Misshapes: The Making of Tatty Devine

Tom Hackett – Lying low to keep Afloat

Tom Hackett wearing a bright jacket, paddling a canoe down the Trent

Until 5 June During 2020 Tom Hackett walked and paddled a wooden canoe around riverside parts of Stoke, Burton, Nottingham, Newark and Scunthorpe. Five key towns situated on the Trent from source to mouth. Initially planned to take place in… Continue Reading Tom Hackett – Lying low to keep Afloat

Jerwood Makers Open

Image of Artwork by Bethan LLoyd Worthington from Jerwood makers Open

17 October 2020 to 2 January 2021 This exhibition showcases new works and installations in textiles, ceramics, wood and metal, by five contemporary artists, selected from over 300 applications in response to a national call for proposals. The award and… Continue Reading Jerwood Makers Open

WOW! Said the Owl

WOW! Said the Owl illustration by Tim Hopgood, of an Owl in a tree with a bright yellow background.

10 October to 30 January We are delighted to bring you a bright and bold exhibition for children, based on the much-loved book, ‘WOW! Said the Owl’ by Tim Hopgood. This family friendly exhibition opens on Saturday 10 October 2020… Continue Reading WOW! Said the Owl

Ted Lewis – Get Carter: 50th Anniversary Exhibition

Ted Lewis Get Carter 50th Anniversary exhibition imagery - a man with a gun in front of terraced houses

19 September 2020 to 9 January 2021 Ted Lewis (1940-1982) was an artist, illustrator and writer living in Barton-upon-Humber in North Lincolnshire. He was best known for creating the character Jack Carter, the protagonist in the 1971 cult film Get… Continue Reading Ted Lewis – Get Carter: 50th Anniversary Exhibition

Andy Cropper – Uncertain Spaces: Spirits of Place and Foreshadowing

Keating House by Andy Cropper

4 July to 3 October 2020 Andy’s “Uncertain Spaces” project comes from his interest in the cityscapes and landscapes of Sheffield with a particular focus on the night-time city. Looking at forms, spaces and places that many may consider mundane… Continue Reading Andy Cropper – Uncertain Spaces: Spirits of Place and Foreshadowing

Jamie Frost – The Way of All Flesh

Unbrush my Hair by Jamie Frost - a large figurative sculpture of a woman carved from ash

4 July to 3 October 2020 Sculptor Jamie Frost works in wood to produce expressive large scale representations of the human form. He leaves evidence of the creative process in energetic marks made by hand tools and machinery. Other areas… Continue Reading Jamie Frost – The Way of All Flesh

Mandy Barker – Our Plastic Ocean

The World from the series Penalty by Mandy Barker - her photograph of hundreds of marine debris footballs against a black background

14 March to 12 September 2020 Our Plastic Ocean, by international award-winning photographer Mandy Barker, addresses the current global crisis of marine plastic pollution. Barker collects debris from shorelines across the world and transforms them into powerful and captivating images.… Continue Reading Mandy Barker – Our Plastic Ocean

Heather Phillipson: TRUE TO SIZE

Heather Phillipson's True to Size part 3

Acclaimed contemporary artist and poet Heather Phillipson mixes images, noises, objects, languages and bodies to make immersive works are full of cultural references and emotional responses. TRUE TO SIZE, a commissioned work for the Arts Council Collection is a physical… Continue Reading Heather Phillipson: TRUE TO SIZE