The Museum’s art gallery is a fantastic art exhibition space in the North York Moors National Park. The art gallery is always free to visit and open whenever the Museum is open. The Museum and art gallery are now open on a daily basis until 2 December.
Saturday 22 September – Sunday 2 December
The Scott Creative Arts Foundation brings a suite of works by the late Micheal Scott, for this exhibition entitled Figuratively Speaking. There are also contemporary supporting works by photographer Lucy Saggers and playwright and author Peter Spafford. They travelled to Whitby to visit Michael and Eileen Scott’s coastal house and some of the special places that provided inspiration for the Scott’s painting. With photographs and words, they have created ‘a contemporary connection.’
The exhibition will also mark the launch of The Scott Creative Arts Foundation Emerging Artist Award. Details of this exciting opportunity are available on The SCAF Emerging Artist 2019 Award website.
The exhibition is free to visit and open from Saturday 22 September to Sunday 30 September from 10am – 5pm and from Monday 1 October to Sunday 2 December from 10am – 4pm.
At Littlecote, Michael Scott
North York Moors Open Exhibition
Ryedale Folk Museum is delighted to announce that the first exhibition of 2019, will be an open exhibition on the theme of the North York Moors. The Museum is inviting any artists to apply, with 2D works sought, which are inspired by the North York Moors area.
The exhibition will open on Saturday 23 February and end on Sunday 7 April.
If you are interested in exhibiting, then please download the Information Pack.
To discuss any aspect of the exhibition, please call Jennifer Smith – 01751 417367