The Cooper Gallery has an exciting programme of contemporary exhibitions, featuring work by international, national and local artists. For further information about exhibitions and events taking place at the Cooper Gallery please visit the events page or refer to a copy of Barnsley Museums seasonal Events Guide.
The Cooper Gallery is well known for its unique high-quality artwork and crafts. Works for sale include jewellery, textiles, ceramics and artwork created by local and regional craftspeople and designers.
Events are subject to change or cancellation. If an event is cancelled due to circumstances beyond our control refunds will be considered on a case-by-case basis. If an event is cancelled in advance by BMBC a full refund will be offered.
Refunds are not available on events tickets bought by mistake or due to changes in circumstance if contacted more than 14 days before the event tickets can be swapped for another time/event or transferred. Please contact us for details.
For information about forthcoming events taking place at Cannon Hall and other Barnsley Museum sites please click the download below for our 2020 January - March What's On guide.
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Sat 15th Feb - Mon 17th Feb
Take part in a range of relaxing and fun activities inspired by our World War 2 exhibition. Join us in making medals and decorating planes. Session numbers are limited to avoid a busy, loud room so please book a place before attending. Suitable for children aged 5–11, must be accompanied by an adult.More information
Sat 22nd Feb
Barnsley’s own Terry Brookes talks about his Pop Art journey, past, present and future.More information
Wed 9th Dec 2020 - Sat 6th Mar 2021
For the first time, the British Museum has co-curated an exhibition with partner museums from around the UK to display and then tour contemporary artworks from its Prints and Drawings collection. Pushing paper: contemporary drawing from 1970 to now will illustrate how artists experiment with the power of paper to express their ideas, pushing the medium in new directionsMore information