Find out about how The Hepworth gallery transformed an unused piece of land into a beautiful new public space. The garden's Cultural Gardener Katy Merrington will speak at this online talk hosted by Friends of the Botanical Gardens.
Our Sheffield culture calendar is now focused on promoting virtual events. Helping you continue to enjoy art and culture from Sheffield, at home.
Tue. 20 April 2021
Thu. 22 April 2021 — Sat. 24 April 2021
Inspired by an anonymous lie chosen by the audience, each show reveals why we lie to the people we love.
Wed. 28 April 2021
Niche brand consultant Penny Lee presents her seven step masterclass on branding yourself online. Part of Digital Realness, Site Gallery's online programme exploring the relationship between our online and offline selves.
Thu. 6 May 2021 — Sat. 8 May 2021
On the twentieth anniversary of its first performance, the Makerspace at Portland Works present Gary Owen’s breakthrough play about masculinity in crisis.
Tue. 11 May 2021
Environmental horticulturalist Pilar Medrano Dell addresses the question of whether to restore historic gardens back to their original inception, or to go for a more contemporary take. She'll also look at the emotional effect horticulture has on us.
Tue. 25 May 2021
Project development officer Nicola Thorpe will share the plans for the new education and engagement project at the Botanical Gardens.
Sat. 1 May 2021 — Mon. 31 May 2021
A virtual open studio event, showcasing the work of artists and craftspeople from across the region. Browse and buy art, or join in virtual studio demonstrations and artwork tours.
Wed. 31 March 2021 — Mon. 31 May 2021
An interactive digital game exploring stories of transgender and nonbinary people in the UK. Launching as part of Site Gallery's Digital Realness season.
Tue. 15 June 2021
Alan Clements is the creator of the Cascades meditation garden near Matlock. Here, he will explore the question: why do we garden? He'll look at our interest in gardening and the satisfaction that we can get from creating a natural sacred space.
Tue. 6 July 2021
Jimi Blake recounts the creation of Hunting Brook Gardens in Ireland – five acres of amazing botanical gardens and fifteen acres of wonderful woodland gardens and valley.
Wentworth Castle and Wentworth Woodhouse: Georgian rivals united through 21st-century restoration and public access
Tue. 20 July 2021
Explore the bitter family rivalry that lead to the establishment, just six miles apart, of two major country estates not far from Sheffield. And find out how they're being united and restored for the public today.
An online exhibition of 'emotional portraits' that document experiences of street harassment in Sheffield. A collaboration between artist Philip Lee and campaign group Our Bodies Our Streets.
Join Suzie Wright of Sheffield Archives and Jon Newman of Lambeth Archives as they explore some of their collection highlights that offer insights into local LGBTQ+ history, and discuss ways to better collect such materials for the future.