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January 7, 2019

When All is Quiet: Kaiser Chiefs

Here’s our round-up of upcoming gorgeous events – the perfect place to find out what’s on in Yorkshire. If you’d like to be featured, simply email gorgeousyorkshire@gmail.com

When All is Quiet: Kaiser Chiefs in Conversation with York Art Gallery, Exhibition Square, York, until Feb 12. Rock band Kaiser Chiefs explore the boundaries between art and music in a unique exhibition, aiming to rethink sound as a medium, and inviting visitors to join them in exploring the edges between music, art, creation and performance. The exhibition includes works by internationally regarded sound artists, a “set list” of songs in response to works from York Art Gallery’s collection and a “silent gig” – using light, colour, and lyrics to create an immersive experience of a live music show and its elements. https://www.yorkartgallery.org.uk/exhibition/when-all-is-quiet

Norman Ackroyd: The Furthest Lands, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, West Bretton, near Wakefield. Exhibition of work by Norman Ackroyd CBE, RA, one of Britain’s leading landscape artists and print makers, showcasing a vast range of work that explores the western edges of the British Isles. Until Feb 24. https://ysp.org.uk/exhibitions/norman-ackroyd

Sandi Toksvig, Kings Hall and Winter Gardens, Ilkley, Jan 10, 7.30pm. Great British Bake Off host stages her new one-woman show. bradford-theatres.co.uk

Stargazing, Deep Sky Exploring, Dalby Forest Visitor Centre, Jan 11, £15/£9. Booking essential. Two observatories hosting stargazing events run by Scarborough and Ryedale Astronomical Society. Also on January 25. https://gostargazing.co.uk/events/locations/dalby-forest-visitor-centre

Colne Valley in black and white, Colne Valley Museum, Golcar, Jan 12-Feb 24. Historical photograph collection. www.colnevalleymuseum.org.uk

The Hepworth Prize for Sculpture, The Hepworth Wakefield, until Jan 20. Exhibition featuring the work of shortlisted artists competing for this £30,000 biennial award recognising a British or UK-based artist of any age, at any stage in their career who has made a significant contribution to the development of contemporary sculpture. The sculptors in the running this year are Michael Dean, Mona Hatoum, Phillip Lai, Magali Reus and Cerith Wyn Evans. https://hepworthwakefield.org/whats-on/the-hepworth-prize-for-sculpture-2

Decorative Antiques and Art Fair, Pavilions, Harrogate, Jan 25–27, 11am–5pm. £5 entry. www.pavilionsofharrogate.co.uk

Vintage Home and Fashion Fair, Saltaire, Jan 26. More than 30 stalls. www.wherecanwego.com

Goodbye to all that? Legacies of the First World War, Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery, University of Leeds, until Jan 31. Learn the stories of the children, women and men who experienced the conflict and the lasting impact on their lives. https://library.leeds.ac.uk/events/event/1900/galleries/80/goodbye-to-all-that-legacies-of-the-first-world-war

A Personal Collection of Vivienne Westwood Shoes, a touring exhibition from The Civic, Barnsley, York Castle Museum. Until April 28. https://www.yorkcastlemuseum.org.uk

Estate of War: Doncaster’s Country Houses, exploring the impact of the First World War on Doncaster’s country houses. Until Dec, Cusworth Hall, Cusworth, Doncaster. Closed Thurs and Fri. www.doncaster.gov.uk/services/culture-leisure-tourism/cusworth-hall-museum-and-park

The BFG in Pictures, York Art Gallery, until Feb 24. An exhibition of original Quentin Blake illustrations, prepared for Roald Dahl’s classic story The BFG. Curated by Quentin Blake himself, the exhibition contains 40 original artworks, including rarely seen unpublished illustrations, exhibited alongside the final illustrations for the book, giving an insight into the collaboration between author and artist. https://www.yorkartgallery.org.uk/exhibition/the-bfg-in-pictures

Chatsworth renewed: The house past, present and future at Chatsworth, Bakewell, Derbyshire, 11am-5pm. Celebrating the restoration of Chatsworth. https://www.chatsworth.org

Dolls’ House Exhibition, Newby Hall & Gardens, near Ripon. Seventy houses of all shapes, sizes, styles and ages in one of the world’s most important private collections. www.newbyhall.com

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