Lee will be at Cupola Gallery to talk about his figurative paintings and the ideas behind his current exhibition, Pathos.
Our Sheffield culture calendar. Filled with picks of the city’s arts, culture and heritage events, both in-person and virtual. Plus reviews and festival guides.
Thu. 26 May 2022
Join artist Shenece Oretha for an intimate listening session in tribute to the African American singer Jeanne Lee (1939–2000). Together you'll meditate on the sculpting and shaping of sound, and how it moves and shapes us.
Fri. 4 March 2022 — Fri. 27 May 2022
An exhibition all about the news and the power it holds in society. With displays from the British Library and items from Sheffield’s own collections. Plus a series of talks and workshops.
Tue. 19 April 2022 — Mon. 30 May 2022
Get informed, inspired and filled with ideas for positive change. With talks on big social, political, environmental and economic issues. 2022 headliners: Gloria Steinem, David Wengrow, Jeremy Corbyn, Led By Donkeys, Shon Faye and George Monbiot.
Thu. 2 June 2022
An immersive mix of performance and conversation, with artist collective Addictive TV. They'll share insights into the making of their global music project Orchestra of Samples, as well performing with Sarah Yaseen and Ford Collier.
Wed. 8 June 2022
Meet outside Sheffield Station, Sheaf Street, S1 2BP
Learn about the history, craftsmanship, and contemporary design of Sheffield’s celebrated industry, as you walk around the city of makers. The walk will start at Sheffield Station and end at the City Hall.
Thu. 9 June 2022
The Mowbray, 118 Mowbray Street, Neepsend, S3 8EN
Explore the issues facing Muslim, Black and minoritised women in the justice system, and hear from women with lived experience.
Fri. 10 June 2022
Join composer Benjamin Tassie for this special live recording of Resonance FM's Future Classical radio show, with guests Mark Fell and CHAINES.
A guided tour introducing Millennium Gallery's latest exhibition, Not Without My Ghosts: The Artist as Medium.
Join in an introductory tour around the latest exhibition at the Graves Gallery. Find out more about artist Mary Adshead and Sheffield’s Agnes ‘Babbie’ Blomfield, whose connections and influence helped Sheffield’s art collection grow.
Fri. 9 September 2022 — Sun. 18 September 2022
Ten days to explore heritage treasures across the city.
Feed your mind with a series of fascinating and inspiring talks, exhibitions and events. Returning in September 2022 – dates and details coming soon.