Trust New Art in the Midlands

An image of the design of the Look!Look!Look! pavilion

In gardens, on hills, in valleys, throughout mansions, halls and castles, national and international artists give us new ways of seeing and experiencing National Trust places.

Trust New Art is a programme of contemporary art inspired by the places we care for.

Working with staff, volunteers and specialists, artists have been exploring and researching locations and histories to create new work.

Two chairs and a table sit in a colourful hand painted exhibition space

'Do it Different' at The Workhouse

The Workhouse has collaborated with artist Morgan Tipping, to co-create and run an inspirational new arts project.

The manor house surrounded by blossoming damson trees

Creating orchards together

Discover how we are replanting the lost orchards of the Brockhampton estate.

Logo for apart(y)

The LEGACY project at Attingham: apart(y)  

This contemporary art project, in partnership with Pentabus Theatre, explores the true legacy of Attingham Park.

Croome What is Home

What is Home at Croome 

Artist Kashif Nadim Chaudry’s new installation, 'What is Home', is inspired by a period in Croome’s history 1948 – 1978 when it housed a residential school, St Joseph’s School for Boys.

If Pairing Were Power's Lady in the Tree

If Pairing Were Power... 

Go behind the scenes with resident artist Faye Claridge to see how Dudmaston's new contemporary art project is taking shape.

An archive image of the people marching in the 1932 Kinder Scout trespass overlaid onto a modern day image of the landscape

Kinder's spirit lives on 

People’s Landscapes, a national contemporary art project, collaborating with internationally renowned artist, Jeremy Deller, is coming to the Dark Peak.


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