A collection of art never meant for gallery walls, but created to be received by post. Featuring work by Man Ray, Yoko Ono, Marcel Duchamp, Roy Lichtenstein and Méret Oppenheim. Our review...
Our Sheffield culture calendar. Make some plans with our picks of events, our art and theatre reviews, and programme highlights from the city's main festivals and venues.
Sat. 14 July 2018 — Sun. 29 July 2018
92 Burton Rd, S3 8DA
A celebration of the working class from Pete McKee, with work by Martyn Ware, Maxine Peake, Tish Murtha, and more.
Fri. 27 July 2018 — Sun. 29 July 2018
A fabulous opportunity to pick up work from over 70 of the UK’s best established and emerging artists and designer-makers.
Wed. 1 August 2018
An overview the artist's practice and an interactive workshop on the tactile manipulation of materials.
Sat. 21 July 2018 — Sat. 4 August 2018
A selection of work by emerging artists from across the UK.
Sat. 14 July 2018 — Sat. 25 August 2018
A group show at Hillsborough's Cupola gallery.
Fri. 6 July 2018 — Sat. 1 September 2018
A public artwork on the side of the gallery, from an artist known for his investigations into desire and masculinity.
Fri. 20 July 2018 — Sat. 15 September 2018
S1 Artspace, 1 Norwich Street, Park Hill, S2 5PN
An exhibition of photography and film of Sheffield’s Park Hill and Hyde Park estates from the 1960s-80s.
Sat. 30 June 2018 — Sun. 23 September 2018
An exhibition of pieces from the National Portrait Gallery, telling the story of photography’s entrance into the art world. Read our review.
Sat. 1 September 2018 — Sat. 6 October 2018
An exhibition of work by Bren Head.
Sat. 9 June 2018 — Sun. 7 October 2018
Era-defining posters and photomontages, marking the 60th anniversary of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
Wed. 25 July 2018 — Sun. 4 November 2018
Roll up, roll up, for a celebration of the circus and the performers who brought it to life.
Sat. 10 November 2018
St Mary’s Church and Community Centre
Watch printmaking in action and pick up a print or two to take home.
Sat. 13 October 2018 — Sat. 17 November 2018
An exhibition of work by Alison Tyldesley, Paul Evans, John Bainbridge and Rebecca Buck.