What's On

Displaying events between 03 October 2023 and 31 October 2023

Exhibition Admission Current Exhibitions

Hurvin Anderson: Salon Paintings (until 5 Nov) | Hurvin Anderson Curates (until 5 Nov) | A Living Collection | Magic in this Country: Hepworth, Moore and the Land | The Art of the Potter: Ceramics and Sculpture from 1930 to Now | If Not Now, When? Generations of Women in Sculpture in Britain, 1960-2022 (until 15 Oct) | Hepworth at Work | The Hepworth Family Gift
Dates: Tue 03, Wed 04, Thu 05, Fri 06, Sat 07, Sun 08, Tue 10, Wed 11, Thu 12, Fri 13, Sat 14, Sun 15, Tue 17, Wed 18, Thu 19, Fri 20, Sat 21, Sun 22, Tue 24, Wed 25, Thu 26, Fri 27, Sat 28, Sun 29, Mon 30, Tue 31 Booking and More Information
Square Mile Coffee Tasting Join The Hepworth Wakefield's catering manager, Carl Fleischer, and the team from Square Mile Coffee Roasters for the launch of our new limited release coffee.

There will be samples of the coffee to taste and the team will be on hand to answer any questions on how to get the most of your coffee at home.

On the day, you will be able to purchase the first release of the coffee - which features an illustration by artist Lesley Barnes on the packaging - alongside a range of brewing equipment ideal for the home set-up.

If you pre-book onto the event your ticket will qualify you for a 10% discount on a 350g bag of coffee (RRP £12.50).
Dates: Sat 21 Booking and More Information
Toddler Tuesday Enjoy a playful morning with your little ones and join specialist early years artists to explore The Hepworth Wakefield.

Discover artworks, architecture and the changing seasons through play, singing, movement, drawing and sensory activities.

Explore sculptures, prints and drawings in the galleries through creative activities, then return to the learning studios to play and make with your child.
Dates: Tue 03 Booking and More Information
Tom Stuart-Smith in Conversation Join us for an in conversation with Tom Stuart-Smith, who will be talking to The Hepworth Wakefield’s Cultural Gardener, Katy Merrington, about the innovative projects that he was worked on since designing The Hepworth Wakefield Garden.

Tom will share new learning from recent projects, such as the experimental Walled Garden at Knepp, which is redefining how a garden can function as a dynamic ecosystem. Along with plant recommendations from his own Plant Library and community garden at The Orchard in Serge Hill, where over 1200 plant varieties form a unique learning resource.
Dates: Thu 05 Booking and More Information

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