‘Across the arts, across cultures, at the heart of Bradford’ KALA SANGAM is an intercultural arts hub and venue, based in the heart of Bradford city centre, which reflects the diversity of contemporary Britain through the work it presents, the artists it supports and the communities it engages.
Step back in time on The Railway Children’s Railway in the heart of Brontë Country and enjoy a steam filled action packed day out!
A commercial art gallery displaying predominantly original work with some prints and gifts. Based around the studio of oil painter, David Starley, it also represents talented artists from the region including a monthly changing guest exhibition.
Hope Gallery specialising in original art, print making, sculptures, ceramics and photography. We represent a refreshing combination of emerging and established British and International artists.
The Cockpit - Est. 2019 Come and join us to see and hear intimate live performances from some of the best talent both local and internationally touring acts.
Richard III, the last Plantagenet King of England ruled for two years from 1483 to 1485. His short reign was marked by controversy, rebellion and challenges to his throne which led to his death at the Battle of Bosworth aged 33 years of age.
Grab a trowel and dig to see what you can find in DIG's specially designed excavation pits. Rediscover some of the finds that archaeologists have uncovered under the streets of York.
Stacey Moore is one of Yorkshire’s most gifted young coloured pencil artists.
The North Yorkshire Gallery is the family run landscape photography business of Laurie and Jemma Smithies, offering Giclee canvas, gifts and framed prints. All available from the Whitby shop on Church Street Whitby, or the online website.
Pannett Park and The Pannett Art Gallery exist thanks to the generosity of Robert Elliott Pannett. The Park and Art Gallery were built with money and assets he bequeathed, for the benefit of local people and visitors. The Whitby Literary and Philosophical Society later built Whitby Museum onto the Gallery.