The Cooper Gallery hosted a special event on Thursday, 7 September, where the Brian Wildsmith book, Paws, Claws, Tails and Roars was launched for the first time in collaboration with Oxford University Press (OUP).
As part of the Cooper Gallery’s latest exhibition, Light and Soul, Early Impressions of the French Landscape, a competition was launched to inspire and encourage young emerging talent.
Artists have less than a month to enter Cooper Prize 2023, the most prestigious art competition in South Yorkshire. The last date for artists to apply is Tuesday, 29 August.
A free audio described guide to accompany the Cooper Gallery’s Light and Soul exhibition is now available.
A new exhibition opens at the Cooper Gallery, Barnsley, on Saturday 24 June, bringing together stunning landscapes by pioneering French artists for the first time.
Two sculptures by Barnsley-born artist, Graham Ibbeson, have been installed in the Cooper Gallery Garden.
The Cooper Prize 2023, presented by the Cooper Trustees, has opened and welcomes submissions from artists at all stages in their careers.
Barnsley Museums have sent out 500 art and craft packs to children and families in the Dearne Valley.
A touring exhibition from The Sainsbury Centre collection of work by acclaimed sculptor Henry Moore is to visit Barnsley’s Cooper Gallery from January 28.