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Radically Feel-Good: Thoughts on Pete McKee’s Paintings

It's difficult to leave a Pete McKee exhibition without feeling an incredible warmth towards the people in his paintings. As the Sheffield artist’s work becomes more explicitly political, this feel-good factor is perhaps one of his greatest strengths.

Kedisha Coakley Colours of the Caribbean

Multi-disciplinary artist Kedisha Coakley takes us on a journey through her artistic process and gives us some juicy clues about what’s in store for her Site Gallery residency.

Grace Invader Bright and beautiful creations

Sheffield artist who took the Bears of Sheffield by storm shares her thoughts on creativity, the joy of bouncing from one medium to the next, and bringing her ideas to life.

Leigh de Vries It's OK to Feel Things

Renowned artist and mental health advocate Leigh de Vries brings a brand new project to Rotherham to inspire individual and collective reflection.

Lamptissue Can I park here?

Colourful & quirky illustrator brings news from the south - and a shiny new website.

Euklidean The light and dark of reality

Marrying surrealism with geometry, and illustration with technical drawing, Euklidean’s artwork will transport you to distant realms.

John Hoyland The Last Paintings

Exhibition at Millennium Gallery showcases works created by one of Britain’s leading abstract painters in the last years of his life.

Nohrr Worm goth

Landscapes and architecture built in monochrome and rendered in detailed lines and dot work give rise to otherworldly dimensions.

Sarah Abbott Water sounds

Blurring the line between artist and designer, Sarah Abbott’s explorations of the natural world and beyond marry crisp, clean forms with a keen eye for detail.

Open Up Sheffield 2021

Artists and craftspeople celebrate 23 years of open studio events with online showcase throughout May.

Nicole White Curiosity detective

Nicole White’s playful and colourful approach to creativity has taken her all over the world to collaborate with communities and bring their ideas to life.

Liz West Hundreds and Thousands

Past Now Then featured artist reveals stunning installation, wrapping the glass balustrades of the Greenwich Peninsula with a ribbon of undulating colour.