Yorkshire Art

Ay up, we’ve arrived. An exciting new platform to proudly promote all things art in the Yorkshire region. Join us.
Yorkshire Art is the new go to platform for everything and anyone in the arts in Yorkshire.

Are you an artist and want to join? We would love to talk to you…
We’re on the hunt for talented artists in the Yorkshire region, we love our little part of the world and we want to make a big splash in the Arts by showcasing everything that’s great about Art in Yorkshire. We would love to hear from you and is half price to join up and till Aug 2017. You get to show off your work and tell everyone about yourself and we’re going to get you out there….Join us and let’s make Yorkshire the best place on earth for Art.
Are you a gallery or Art trail and want a listing? We would love to talk to you…
Where do our beloved art lovers go first…..it’s you guys, the nuts and bolts of the art industry, local art galleries and long standing art trails are the staple diet of the art lover, help us promote you and let’s get people visiting this great place and your amazing art.
We are currently looking for sponsors and content to add to this new super duper platform. We love a chat so please drop us a mail if you have any comments or would like to contribute, get a listing or take part in any way.

Take a peek around our website Yorkshire Art to see what we are up to; meet some of our recent additions - we’re working flat out to update the site with all the latest information we have.

NOURISH 2017 - Food | Art | Conversation

DAY 1: 30th Sep
DAY 2: 1st Oct

Humber Street Gallery, Hull
Cost: £20 includes food & refreshments


The event is curated by Hull based collective, Hack & Host, who will use food and drink as a vehicle for interesting conversation, helping people network whilst also talking openly and honestly about visual arts.

Keynote Speaker for the event is Gregory Sholette - In his wide-ranging art, activist, and writing practice, Gregory Sholette has developed a self-described "viable, democratic, counter-narrative that, bit-by-bit, gains descriptive power within the larger public discourse." In dozens of essays, three edited volumes, and his own Dark Matter: Art and Politics in an Age of Enterprise Culture, Sholette has documented four decades of activist art that, for its ephemerality, politics, and market resistance, might otherwise remain invisible.

Contemporary Artists in Rural Contexts II

Seminar: Thursday 12 October, 2017, 11am – 4.15pm
Victoria Hall, Settle

This is the second in a series of training and development events organised by Chrysalis Arts which will explore how artists working in rural environments or with rural themes are developing new platforms and approaches to visual arts practice.

The programme will:
Showcase current examples of innovative artistic practice from across the UK
Explore how artists are engaging with some of the challenges and issues facing rural communities
Offer an international perspective on contemporary rural practice and the benefits of networking, collaboration and co-operation
Include opportunities for themed discussion and information sharing

SPEAKERS include:
Dr Rosemary Shirley, Gemma Burditt, Jo Hodges, Alison Lloyd and Sara Vogel-Rödin  

Cost: £35
Discounted cost for unwaged and emerging artists:  £28, (cost includes lunch)
If you are interested to book, please contact
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01756 748529
We hope to see you there!

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