A new poem by the poet laureate will be premiered from a two-headed lamb sculpture in the centre of Barnsley.
Barnsley Council has appointed Jon Finch as its new Head of Culture and Visitor Economy, following the retirement of the previous head, Sue Thiedeman.
Barnsley Museums has announced record breaking visitor numbers for 2021/22, attracting 1,467,938 people over the course of the year.
Opening in The Gallery @TheGlassworks is an exclusive new Graham Ibbeson exhibition showcasing iconic sculptures, created by the Barnsley born artist.
Barnsley Museums is looking for volunteers to support the work of their six attractions and people can get involved in lots of different ways.
Words by the poet laureate have been immortalised in neon lights in a project to restore part of the centre of Barnsley. The Sunset Neon artwork features a line from a specially written poem by Simon Armitage. But, instead of being in a gallery, it is displayed on a wall in an alley off Eldon Street.
Barnsley is famous for its heritage. It’s packed with stunning historic buildings and locations, but are there some that people can help protect?
Barnsley Museums are delighted to announce their Digital Engagement Curator, Michael Hardy, has been recognised at the first ever Digital Culture Awards, run by Arts Council England’s Digital Culture Network in the Emerging Digital Leader category.
School workshops are back at Barnsley Museums, with lots more on offer.