Michael Eden's work sits at the intersection of craft, design and art. For this solo exhibition Eden, formerly a potter, explores contemporary themes through the reinterpretation of historical objects using digital means.
For the first time in more than 150 years some of the most extraordinary and enigmatic treasures of the Renissance, a set of 12 European silver-gilt standing cups will be reunited and displayed together at Waddesdon Manor.
This year marks the 250th anniversary of the founding of the Royal Academy of Art in London, of which Sir Joshua Reynolds was the first president. Discover Waddesdon's impressive collection of paintings by Reynolds around the House.
Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild's collection was full of objects made of precious materials: hardstones, minerals, silver and gold. Many examples of these extraordinary objects are still to be found throughout Waddesdon.
To commemorate 100 years of women gaining the first vote we're revealing the hidden stories of women during the eighteenth century at Berrington. Discover stories of the lives, loves and losses of women both upstairs and downstairs.
Explore how Chippendale helped create bespoke interiors and objects for his ambitious client Rowland Winn in the opulent state rooms. Immerse yourself in a world of fashion, luxury, innovation and the rollercoaster life of a top-end designer.
Visit this brand new exhibition to discover how Thomas Chippendale made his name: from the publication of his pattern book of furniture designs to masterminding entire rooms in the latest 18th century fashions for Rowland Winn at Nostell.
The spirit of Chippendale lives on! Nostell is teaming up with 2017 Art Fund Museum of the Year, The Hepworth Wakefield to explore the role of artists in influencing interiors with special commissions from Giles Round.
Lost Voices explores the experiences of women whose stories were not heard, and which are often lost to us today because of their age, status or means. Installations across Quarry Bank will bring their voices to life.
The whole family can join in activities at Standen this summer: Get creative with a hands-on craft activity; play with our outdoor toys or have a game of croquet; win a prize with a nautical themed trail around the garden; build a den in the...
At Standen we're proud to promote contemporary arts and crafts. Connected Through Art is a selling exhibition by Two Plus Two: two mothers and two daughters. This is their second exhibition bringing together their individual and varied disciplines.
Sculptor Andrew Burton has researched the tempestuous story of Mary Eleanor's second marriage to Andrew Robinson "Stoney" Bowes as well as looked at the original urns that once graced Mary Eleanor Bowes' original orangery.
South Essex College of Further & Higher Education Costume Construction Course Project: costume exhibition of traditional historical costume based on research from The Workhouse Southwell from Lady Laura Ridding to nurses and teacher to paupers.
Over the summer and autumn, visit this special display at Ham House to discover the remarkable life of Elizabeth Murray, Duchess of Lauderdale, as the National Trust celebrates women and power in 2018.
A new exhibition will share the experiences of women who worked in some of Newcastle's most iconic industrial environments, exploring the contribution women made to industry at a time of major societal shift
In 1897, Tatton Park hosted an extravagant costumed ball, in celebration of Wilbraham Egerton's Earldom. Discover the guests and the costumes they wore, the music and colour of high society entertaining. Explore the vital role the servants had in...
Maurice, 4th Lord Egerton, left a lasting legacy in Kenya: explore the development of his African estates and the story of his time in Kenya, where he's still celebrated and held in great affection today
It's not just the Tudors who lived at Little Moreton Hall. For the first time original staff accommodation will be opened to visitors and a set of rooms never seen before will be revealed. Find out more about the modern inhabitants of Little...
After a year being cared for behind the scenes while the roof was being repaired the fashion collection is back with a bang and will be showing how women's fashion became politicised during the campaign for women's suffrage.
As part of the National Trust's Women in Power national programme, we will be exploring the lives of Emlin and Rebecca Finch - two women who ran the forge and whose reform and hard work created a sustainable and successful business.
Joyce, Lady Amory, the last member of the family to live at Knightshayes, left a tremendous legacy. Join us to discover the trail she blazed in women's golf in the 1920s and her role in creating the stunning famous garden here.
The photographic work of Karen Knorr is our second exhibition in the 2018 Women and Power celebration.
Her work arises out of cultural research she undertakes and is in response to traditions, materials, furniture and ways of living.
Discover the remarkable life and achievements of a pioneering woman who lived at Petworth around the 1800s. This interactive exhibition includes a reimagining of the laboratory she developed at Petworth.
A new exhibition in partnership with the National Portrait Gallery showcasing diverse portraits of influential women who have made an outstanding contribution to art and culture, from Judi Dench to Amy Winehouse and J.K. Rowling.
A visit to the house brings to life the Hoare family's 'golden path' to success and its influence on Stourhead. The showrooms and basement interactive area illuminate key parts of their story including: the role of the family bank, building a...
The second of a trio of exhibitions celebrating 100 years of women securing the vote. ‘I Dream’ presents Ida’s commitment to the Girl Guides through various photographic and interactive exhibits in the house.
Cotehele Gallery exhibits and sells the work of West Country artists and craft makers. This exhibition features the work of local landscape watercolour painter Peter Dolbear and handcrafted mirrors created by Joan Bose.
The helpful elves from the classic folktale The Elves and the Shoemaker have visited 500 year old Sutton House. Rediscover the enchanting story as you make your way around and keep your eyes peeled for traces they have left behind.
New exhibitions, Edy Craig: Women, Suffrage and the Theatre and The Shakespearean Lectures of Ellen Terry will be on display at Smallhythe Place celebrating the women of Smallhythe in the Suffrage movement.
Woking Photographic Society presents a selection of their members' finest images from the 2017/18 season. Photographs covering all genres and styles of photography will be on display throughout August from the members of one of the leading...
Local landscape artist Lynda Jones returns to The Kymin with her exhibition of new work featuring original oil paintings, fine ink and pencil drawings along with a collection of limited edition prints.
Come and see the work of local artists and craftspeople in the beautiful setting of Sandham. Perhaps treat yourself or find a gift amongst the paintings, ceramics, sculpture, photography, glass and jewellery.
CRAFTFEST is an annual celebration of craft, applied art and design at Castle Ward. Organised in partnership with Craft NI, this is a must-see event for those who love craft with opportunities to take part in workshops, watch demonstrations and...
At Wimpole we are proud of our working Farm and we'd love to show it off to you. Come and capture harvest as it happens, in your own pictures. If you choose, you can enter our photographic competition and you might see your work displayed!