Art Unpacked and York St John students in Scarborough!

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New work from emerging artists, curated by students from York St John University 7th to 10th July 2016 at The Old Parcels Office, Scarborough Opening on the 7th July comes Tracks an exhibition based on movement and process, stagnant and changing environments. The exhibition takes place in the historic Old Parcels Office on Scarborough train station platform, providing an opportunity to see contemporary artworks from five exciting young artists from … Read More →

Heading to Northumberland

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Textil/Juvel has a new venue! We’re delighted that the exhibition, due to close in Scarborough in March, is now open in Berwick-upon-Tweed until 10 June. The exhibition is at Berwick Museum, housed within the Barracks and a fascinating place to visit. The new venue was facilitated by our Konsthantverkscentrum colleague Katarina Karlsson, who was there to welcome a delegation from Sweden last week.

Catch Textil/Juvel before it goes!


Annika Andersson Catch our stunning exhibition of textiles and jewellery from Sweden at Woodend before it closes on Saturday 19 March. Before we go, we have  a talk from exhibiting artist Jessica Johannesson and co-curator Katarina Karlsson on Friday 18 March, 1pm.   Book now at Woodend Tel: 01723 384 500 Email: [email protected]

Textil/Juvel is open in Scarborough

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Visit Art Unpacked’s stunning exhibition of craft from Sweden at Woodend, Scarborough Textil/Juvel has reached its final venue in the Art Unpacked tour and we’re delighted to be back in Scarborough. Find out more about the exhibition on our Exhibitions page.

Textil/Juvel in Accrington

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We’ve moved to Accrington Library, who’ve been great hosts in the past for Make it Slow and Unfamiliar Ground. We’ve taken over one of the book bays so you’ll find Textil/Juvel nestling between the children’s section and fiction. The exhibition is in Accrington until the end of January, then we move to the final stop on the tour- Woodend in Scarborough. We had a great opening event, organised by Lancashire … Read More →

We’re open in Settle

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Textil/ Juvel: Contemporary Craft from West Sweden is now open at The Folly in Settle. Showcasing the work of seven artists and makers from Gothenburg and around, the exhibition is a snapshot of ideas and processes in textiles and jewellery. Using materials as diverse as reindeer leather, melon seeds, electroplated twigs and readymade backpacks, the work seeks to explore areas of interest for the artists: the passing of time, our … Read More →

Coming soon…

Exciting news about our latest exhibition, coming soon to The Folly in Settle. Textil/Juvel: Contemporary Craft from West Sweden showcases stunning work in jewellery and textiles from seven makers, coming all the way from Sweden to North Yorkshire. Check back here, or Facebook and Twitter for more news soon.

Don’t miss us in Thirsk!

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Have you been following The Forest of Possibility as it has progressed across North Yorkshire? Don’t forget you can keep up to date with the latest news on Facebook and Twitter and we love reading your comments about the exhibition. The Forest of Possibility is now at its last venue, The Courthouse in Thirsk, with one more week to go. We’re open on Bank Holiday Monday too!

The Forest of Possibility arrives in Skipton

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Our current exhibition has just opened in Skipton, at Craven Museum & Gallery. You can find opening times here and the exhibition is open until 30 June. We have two events coming up as well- on Monday 1 June exhibition curator Natasha Howes will be giving a talk on the artists and theme of the exhibition, and on Saturday 13 June artist Claire Brewster will be leading a workshop in … Read More →

Say hello to Woodend!

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The Forest of Possibility is currently open at Woodend in Scarborough. We asked Director Andrew Clay to tell us a bit about what they do and their spectacular building. “Woodend is the former home of the Sitwell Family.  The house, built in 1834, was then converted into the Natural History Museum in 1950.  The museum closed in 2006 and today the site has been transformed into Woodend Creative Workspace, a … Read More →