HOLDERNESS ART SHOWCASE – MON 29 April. Accomplished artists David Bellamy [watercolour] and Jenny Keal [pastel] are coming to Burton Pidsea Memorial Hall to showcase their style of art….
A social art group meets on the 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month at Burton Pidsea Memorial Hall, 9.30 -11.30am. Cost £3.
An exhibition of work by a group of artists and makers from Sunk Island.Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th April 2019 at Ottringham Village Hall. 10 a.m – 4 p.m each day.
Hedon Museum is exhibiting the work of a prestigious artist who this year had her painting displayed at the Royal Academy of Arts in London. Exhibition runs until Sat 13 Oct. Opening times – every Wednesday and Saturday 10am – 4pm. FREE ADMISSION. Tea, coffee and biscuits are available. Souvenirs and books for sale.
THE HOLDERNESS ART SHOW 2018. The Memorial Hall, Burton Pidsea. Fri 21st (Preview Evening), Sat,22nd & Sun 23rd September 2018…
For this exhibition ONLY Hedon Museum will be opening for five days a week! For just a month you’ll be able to visit the Museum from Tuesday to Saturday. Opening times at 10am – 4pm. Exhibition runs Wednesday 27th June – Saturday 28th July. FREE ADMISSION.
Hedon Museum Exhibitions 2018 “This year at the Hedon Museum exhibitions we have the full range of art in many themes and styles, local history and two anniversaries – the NHS and the Armistice.” – Katy Miller, Hedon Museum. Information about Hedon Museum exhibitions at the museum website. […]
Holderness Decorative and Fine Arts Society is part of the new revamped national ‘Arts Society’ and will be known as ‘The Arts Society: Holderness’ from November 2018. “The promotion and advancement of aesthetic education and cultivation and study of the decorative and fine arts.” We hold illustrated talks […]
THE LAST exhibition of 2015 at Hedon Museum is one you will not want to miss! The museum will be displaying the beautiful paintings of well-known local artist, Larry Malkin. Opens Wednesday 14th October and runs through until Saturday 14th November 2015.
Delighted to feature this REVIEW of the HEDFEST POETRY TENT at The SHAKESPEARE INN by our talented local writer, LUCY BROOKE – and yes, we all seem to share her view about the festival – Let’s have MORE PLEASE (Picture is of Poet Lucy Clark):
“Exhibited in a professional white cube space within the main hall, this is a school exhibition unlike any other!”
TWO workshops have been arranged to make carnival art (costumes, masks and carnival props) for HedFest 2015 (Friday 10th July and Wednesday 22nd July)…