An exhibition of over 50 works from one of the UK’s most significant collections of drawings by artists from the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries who've become known as Old Masters. The likes of Carpaccio, Poussin, Rembrandt, Rubens, Van Dyck and more.
After months of closure, several of Sheffield's galleries are now open once again. Each gallery has a capacity on visitors at any one time, while Site Gallery, Millennium Gallery and Bloc Projects are all encouraging pre-booking to help manage numbers. Head out on an art crawl of the city with these picks of the exhibitions and artists' events on in Sheffield this month and coming soon.
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Sat. 12 September 2020 — Sun. 1 November 2020
Fri. 9 October 2020 — Sat. 14 November 2020
An exhibition of work rooted in narrative, by Sheffield-based artist Stephen Todd. Conjuring images from Greek mythology and other histories, and drawing us into stories both real and imagined.
Wed. 21 October 2020 — Sat. 14 November 2020
Fronteer Gallery, 18 Exchange Street, S2 5TS
An exhibition of postcard art on the theme of the passing of the year, in a brand new city centre gallery.
Sat. 14 November 2020
A cosy autumn afternoon of crafting, with three workshops led by Sheffield makers.
Sat. 17 October 2020 — Wed. 23 December 2020
Christmas will be a little different this year, but Millennium Gallery's popular Handmade for Christmas is returning, with gifts created by talented makers from across the region.
Wed. 9 September 2020 — Thu. 31 December 2020
Artist Phoebe Davies dives into the world of competitive sport. Her exhibition of film and sound work lays bare the physical and mental strength necessary to thrive and – fundamentally – to win. Read more in our review.
Fri. 13 November 2020 — Sun. 14 February 2021
A brand new outdoor artwork commission by Kedisha Coakley exploring the history of wallpaper, blackness, and legacies of the British empire.
Fri. 23 October 2020 — Mon. 3 May 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.