Develop your drawing skills working from a nude model with support from an artist tutor at Millennium Gallery's weekly life drawing session.
Take a Sheffield art tour with our picks of the exhibitions and artists' events on now and coming soon – both online and in person.
As our city's much-missed galleries reopen, check their visitor guidance – you may need to book in advance.
Fri. 24 September 2021 — Sat. 23 October 2021
A new exhibition of drawings by artist Dominique White, examining Blackness through Afrofuturism and dredging what she calls the 'Shipwreck[ed]'.
The Milliowners Arms, Alma Street, S3 8RY
Life drawing classes that aim to spark new ideas, using artist references and set design to help you push your creative boundaries. Join them this autumn in their new venue, next to The Millowners Arms in Kelham Island Museum.
Thu. 5 August 2021 — Sun. 31 October 2021
An exhibition investigating our relationship with our environment. With works by contemporary artists including Helen Chadwick, Richard Long, Dan Holdsworth, Miroslaw Balka, Theaster Gates and Berlinde De Bruyckere.
Fri. 8 October 2021 — Sun. 31 October 2021
Exchange Place Studios, Exchange Street, S2 5TR
Painter and allotment holder Lianne Mellor presents an exhibition of new still life paintings inspired by the changing seasons.
Fri. 29 October 2021 — Thu. 4 November 2021
Exchange Place Studios, S2 5TR
Liah Edwardes is an artist and facilitator for Anomaly Life Drawing. In this exhibition, she moves away from traditional life drawing and presents a new collection of patterned drawings, mixed media portraits and photographs.
Sat. 13 November 2021
Watch printmaking in action and pick up a print or two to take home.
Sat. 20 November 2021 — Sun. 21 November 2021
Peek into some of the most fascinating studios in town and meet their creative residents.
Thu. 20 May 2021 — Sun. 28 November 2021
An exhibition of work by socially-engaged photographers from the late 1980s and 90s. Capturing a significant turning point in Sheffield's regeneration and reflecting both the hope and hard realities of the time.
Thu. 23 September 2021 — Thu. 23 December 2021
"Abstract forms, shifting perspectives and geometric sprites." Read our writer Steven's review of this meditative exhibition, which aims to answer the question: how do we blend the physical and digital space?
Fri. 3 September 2021 — Sat. 15 January 2022
The Graves Gallery reopens after its refurbishment with a new exhibition celebrating the work of acclaimed sculptor Mark Firth.