What's On

Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) none of the events listed in this What's On section will be taking place unless they are online events.  Events in this section of the website are added by artists and arts organisations themselves and they may not have updated their event on here. Please check the organiser’s website or social media for up-to-date information on any activity they may be doing online. You can also look at our What's Online page for online activities.

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Handwoven book marks and mill collages

Tue 25 Aug 2020

Handwoven book marks and mill collages

Drop in Crafts at Bagshaw Museum Handwoven book marks and mill collages Time: Tuesday from 11:00 am -3.00 pm Where: Woodlands Road, Batley, WF170AS (https://www.kirklees.gov.uk/beta/museums-galleries-history/bagshaw-m.....Read more

Victorian games (thaumatropes) and sea side collage

Tue 04 Aug 2020

Victorian games (thaumatropes) and sea side collage

Drop in Crafts at Bagshaw Museum Victorian games (thaumatropes) and sea side collage Time: Tuesday from 11:00 am -3.00 pm Where: Woodlands Road, Batley, WF170AS (https://www.kirklees.gov.uk/beta/museums-galleries-hist.....Read more

Indian Wood block printing and shadow puppets

Tue 28 Jul 2020

Indian Wood block printing and shadow puppets

Drop in Crafts at Bagshaw Museum Indian Wood block printing and shadow puppets Time: Tuesday from 11:00 am -3.00 pm Where: Woodlands Road, Batley, WF170AS (https://www.kirklees.gov.uk/beta/museums-galleries-history/ba.....Read more

Model stone age hand axe and cave paintings

Wed 29 Jul 2020

Model stone age hand axe and cave paintings

Drop in Crafts at the Tolson Museum Model stone age hand axe and cave paintings Time: Wednesdays from 11:00 am -3.00 pm Where: Ravensknowle Park, Wakefield Road, Moldgreen, Huddersfield, HD5 8DJ (https://www.kirklees......Read more

Paper mosaics and model roman horse and chariot

Mon 31 to Wed 05 Aug 2020 (-25 days)

Paper mosaics and model roman horse and chariot

Drop in Crafts at the Tolson Museum Paper mosaics and model roman horse and chariot Time: Wednesdays from 11:00 am -3.00 pm Where: Ravensknowle Park, Wakefield Road, Moldgreen, Huddersfield, HD5 8DJ (https://www.kirkl.....Read more

The dragon and Castle Hill folk lore crafts

Wed 26 Aug 2020

The dragon and Castle Hill folk lore crafts

Drop in Crafts at the Tolson Museum The dragon and Castle Hill folk lore story, dragon models and shadow landscapes Time: Wednesdays from 11:00 am -3.00 pm Where: Ravensknowle Park, Wakefield Road, Moldgreen, Huddersf.....Read more

Slow Stitch Saturday - Celebrating Circles

Sat 06 Jun 2020

Slow Stitch Saturday - Celebrating Circles

Mindfulness through making Take a couple of hours for yourself this Saturday morning and join maker, Nicola Twynham, in exploring the concept of Slow Stitch. The process of hand embroidery and appliqued fabric in a mi.....Read more

Slow Stitch Saturday - Stitching Mandalas

Sat 04 Jul 2020

Slow Stitch Saturday - Stitching Mandalas

Mindfulness through making Take a couple of hours for yourself this Saturday morning and join maker, Nicola Twynham, in exploring the concept of Slow Stitch. The process of hand embroidery and appliqued fabric in a mi.....Read more

Pandemic Creativity Archive Project

Wed 20 May to Wed 30 Sep 2020 (4 months)

Pandemic Creativity Archive Project

It's really important to capture the experience of the lockdown in our local area and it would be great if the Kirklees community has examples of creativity of any kind that they have created during the lockdown so fa.....Read more

Sunset Sing 2020

Tue 14 Apr to Tue 16 Jun 2020 (2 months)

Sunset Sing 2020

Join us in a series of group harmony singing gatherings to herald the arrival of summer and in particular the solstice. Sessions are relaxed and informal often including a few laughs and definitely a lot of harmony. .....Read more

The Magnificent Maya: Fact and Fantasy

Thu 18 Jun 2020

The Magnificent Maya: Fact and Fantasy

Lecture by Dr Diane Davies at 7.30pm. (Doors open 7.00pm) The Maya created one of the most sophisticated civilizations in the ancient world. Their achievements in the arts and sciences, along with their complex social, .....Read more

The Transformation of English Provincial Towns in the 1700's

Thu 17 Sep 2020

The Transformation of English Provincial Towns in the 1700's

Lecture by Carolyn Knight at 7.15pm. (Doors open 6.30pm) Provincial towns developed substantially over the 18th century, with elegant new buildings providing spaces for social life: assembly rooms for dances and card pl.....Read more

Whistler v Ruskin: 'A Pot of Paint in the Public's Face'

Thu 15 Oct 2020

Whistler v Ruskin: 'A Pot of Paint in the Public's Face'

Lecture by Lizzie Darbyshire at 7.15pm. (Doors open 6.30pm) When the artist Whistler displayed his Nocturne in Black and Gold: the Falling Rocket at the Grosvenor Gallery in 1877, the revered art critic John Ruskin accu.....Read more

Balls and Parties: Legendary Festivities from Jubilee to Proust

Thu 19 Nov 2020

Balls and Parties: Legendary Festivities from Jubilee to Proust

Lecture by Dr Benjamin Wild at 7.15pm. (Doors open 6.30pm) Looking beneath the shimmer and glitter of four costumed events, from the Devonshire House Ball of 1897 to the Rothschild’s Proust Ball of 1971, this illustrate.....Read more

Carving workshop- carve wood or stone. Every Wednesday afternoon

Wed 23 Jan 2019 to Sat 31 Dec 2022 (4 years)

Carving workshop- carve wood or stone. Every Wednesday afternoon

Carving is a beautiful process. The textures, sounds and aroma of the materials will awaken your senses, accompanied by the rhythms of each student driving chisel with mallet. In this class you'll work using finest qu.....Read more

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