Crafty Days

Crafty Days

Get some inspiration for those crafty days – with Yorkshire’s current favourite exhibitions!

 

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The Hepworth Wakefield – Disobedient Bodies: JW Anderson

This exciting exhibition is attracting the likes of Vogue and Vanity Fair to Yorkshire with the innovative work of JW Anderson, a contemporary fashion designer with a passion for modern art.

Exploration of the human form comes to life in art, fashion and design in this unmissable exhibition. With a personal selection of sculptures from Jonathan Anderson, and notable fashion pieces and crafts, it delivers insight into the way human form has transformed over the 20th and 21st centuries.

With plenty of innovative pieces, Disobedient Bodies is perfect to visit this Easter with chance to explore a side of art you’ve never seen before. Catch the exhibition from 18 March to 18 June at this Yorkshire attraction.

Cost: FREE admission

Find out more about The Hepworth Wakefield Here

Yorkshire Sculpture Park – Tony Cragg: A Rare Category of Objects

Join the Yorkshire Sculpture Park this Easter to experience the incredible work of Tony Cragg, with over five decades of work from his practice.

The pieces range from small to gigantic, and no matter how big, Cragg makes all his breath-taking sculptures by hand. With plenty to see, it is easy to get lost in the art for the whole day, while enjoying the rest of the park.

Explore the magnificent and enlightening pieces in the underground gallery, or enjoy them in the open air gallery and soak in everything it has to offer. Whether you’re exploring the deeper meaning of the pieces or just enjoying a light and cheerful visit, there is definitely something for everyone to enjoy this Easter.

Yorkshire Sculpture Park is also offering a fantastic family workshop to build your very own sculpture! Come Rain, Come Shine offers the chance to create your own masterpiece inspired by the parks artists in the fresh air, providing fun for the whole family.

Cost: FREE admission to the park.

Come Rain, Come Shine is £3 for both adults and children.

Find out more about Yorkshire Sculpture Park

 

York’s Chocolate Story – 250 Years of Terry’s

Help York’s Chocolate Story celebrate an amazing 250 years of the world’s beloved confectioner, Terry’s! Delve into the world of all things chocolate and get into the spirit of Easter with this fantastic exhibition.

Discover how Terry’s became the success it is in the city of York 250 years ago! The exhibition will proudly showcase Terry’s most fascinating products from over the years, and will provide a fun and interactive experience for the whole family.

Learn the secret ins and outs of the confectioner that brought the boxed chocolate assortment to the world, along with the much-loved chocolate orange! You also have the chance to learn about the social impact Terry’s had on York and some of its most influential people.

With the combination of chocolate and excitement for the whole family, what more could you need?

Cost: Adults are £11.50 and children (aged 4-15) are £9.50.

Find out more about York’s Chocolate Story

 

 

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