Women’s Work is a new exhibition this autumn by Freya Pocklington, showcasing artworks of several modern day Beatrix Potters, to celebrate 150 years since her birth.
Grizedale Forest is home to the largest collection of site-specific art in the UK. A collection of environmental art that has been created over the past 30 years and today establishes Grizedale uniquely as the UK’s first forest for sculpture!
The Atkins CIWEM Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016 returns to Grizedale Forest, in the heart of the Lake District, from 3 September 2016 until 1 January 2017.
Cumbria welcomes an exclusive performance and launch of the graphic novel ‘Black Dog – the Dreams of Paul Nash’ by Dave McKean, on 15 & 16 October
To mark the 150th anniversary of Beatrix Potter, the Lakes International Comic Art Festival called on students of the arts to reinterpret and reimagine Beatrix Potter’s characters or tales
Abbot Hall Art Gallery, in Kendal, presents a new exhibition from 8 July – 15 October 2016 exploring the creativity of Winifred Nicholson viewed through the paintings she made in Cumbria
The Armitt Museum Collection in Ambleside, near Windermere in the Lake District, has an impressive collection of 23 diverse works by the artist Kurt Schwitters
From 10 – 25 September you can enjoy a showcase of internationally renowned artists and an abundance of Cumbrian talent at C-Art 2016.
Prepare to be seduced by sculpture this summer with the unmissable Laura Ford: Seen and Unseen exhibition gracing the lawns and interiors at Blackwell, The Arts & Crafts House and Abbot Hall Art Gallery
Heaton Cooper Studio in the beautiful Lake District village of Grasmere, has a new exhibition until 12 June revealing how Scandinavian influence has impacted on the culture of northern England