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The Lotte Inch Gallery welcomes visitors to an exciting event this Thursday; as part of York’s Love Architecture Festival, the gallery invites local lovers of art and design to a special late opening at Janette Ray Rare and Out of Print Books.
Harpal Bhogal reviews an exhibition of artworks by local illustrator Holly Argyll, currently showing at The Treasurer’s House.
A motley selection of what we’re planning for this weekend including open air cinema, gigs and some spy games.
The Matter of Life and Death at York St Mary’s is an extremely thoughtful exhibition exploring the theme of death,…
Kellie Craig visits ‘York Six’, an exhibition of local contemporary art at The New School House Gallery.
Beth Cloughton discovers an intriguing exploration of the relationship between humans and their environment at Andy Fullalove’s ‘Silent Landscapes’ exhibition, currently on show at According to McGee.
An exciting new strand of Illuminating York, to be known as Spark, looks to commission several artworks inspired by Norse mythology for this year’s event. Find out more about this exciting happening and how artists can apply to get involved.
Lisa Thornton of Bucket Head Theatre offers the inside line on this year’s Create13 Festival at York St John.
Jack Harrop visits a wonderful exhibition of photography by the celebrated Ted Hughes collaborator Fay Godwin.
The Grid present their regular take on their encounters with the arts in York and the surrounding area, featuring Silver Swans, Castle Howard and Visual Culture in Crisis.
The York City Council has launched a new public art project with six artists, four of whom are Yorkshire based, to create works of public art for the Council’s new West Offices.
The Northern Art Prize have revealed that Yorkshire native Margaret Harrison has won the 2013 award. Picking up a £16,500…
Here are our picks of the bunch from the forthcoming events at York St John’s Create13 Festival.
This year’s Buskival Festival is to go down a storm with extra performances and workshops from six world leading acts.
Introducing a great new addition to the UK festival circuit, in which a clutch of York talents are set to play a part.
The latest supplement from arts journal The Grid, featuring street art at YO1, Harvey Taylor’s portraiture and the Market of Hidden Labours.