All about art - games, collection objects, videos and more from museums and galleries
This display focuses on views of mountain scenery, both home and abroad.
The Hull Trench is quite unique in that it offers visitors the chance to sample a section of the Great War front line, complete with sounds and smells, but without the mud!
The Animation Gallery explores the history of animation and animated images, with an emphasis on animation produced in Britain.
The Kodak Gallery takes you on a journey through the history of popular photography, from the world's first photographs to the digital snapshots of today.
About Art takes a different approach to displaying art in a gallery.
Working machinery, hands-on exhibits, artworks and human stories bring to life the story of Manchester's textile industry.
On display in the Georgian interiors downstairs at Abbot Hall is a selection of works by George Romney (1734-1802), one of the greatest of all eighteenth-century portrait painters.
This spring, we welcome an extraordinary assembly of 80 sculptures by British-Trinidadian artist Zak Ové.
This exhibition examines female clothing during the progress to female emancipation from the 1840s to the 1980s.
Reflecting all the collections held by the museum, this family friendly exhibition will be asking visitors what their favourite objects are and how they would like to see them displayed.
We have invited Martin Creed, Jeremy Deller, Anthea Hamilton, Helen Marten, Haroon Mirza and Rose Wylie to create limited edition prints for schools.
An exhibition by curator/photographer Lauren Barnes, illustrating the everyday lives of South Koreans over the course of a single year.
Popular children’s writer and illustrator, Aaron Blecha reveals the tricks of his trade in this fun display.
Introducing a large scale exhibition of the work of Turner Prize winner 2017 and Preston-based artist Professor Lubaina Himid MBE.
Firstsite, Colchester, in partnership with the Koestler Trust, is delighted to present Chip Night.
A major exhibition of historic and contemporary art that marks the UK's distinct circus heritage and the contemporary circus scene alive in Bristol today.