A crumbling studio in Newlyn, which was the centre of a major art movement, is to be restored thanks to the National Lottery Heritage Fund.Read the full story ›
Organisers say the break will allow them to refresh Europe's largest street art festival which is expected to return in 2020.Read the full story ›
The eye-catching signs are aimed at promoting the Quayside.Read the full story ›
The Clifton Suspension Bridge and other landmarks have been recreated as toast sculptures, as part of a 'Toast of Britain' campaign.Read the full story ›
One of the world's most successful theatre productions returns to the Bristol Hippodrome this evening, 18 October.
War Horse tells the story of a horse called Joey and his young owner Albert, who were separated from each other during the first World War.
It comes after a sellout tour in 2015 and will run until 11 November, before going on to other cities like Liverpool, Oxford, Brighton, Bradford and Nottingham.
The artist who made the Somerset sculpture says she is at a critical point in deciding its future.Read the full story ›
The work has doubled the space for showing art and created spectacular new studios.Read the full story ›
The Tate St Ives gallery is due to re-open this weekend after a £20million transformation.
The four-year project has doubled the size of the building and has also provided space for educational activities and new studios.
The gallery will open on Saturday, 14 October, with a solo exhibition of new and previously unseen works of sculptor Rebecca Warren.
There will also be a new large-scale display exploring the story of modern art in St Ives.
Artists created a 400ft-wide Hindu design as part of the global Sri Yantra Project.Read the full story ›
Some of the highlights from Europe’s largest free street art festival which took place in Bristol.Read the full story ›