Millennium Gallery

Millennium Gallery

The Millennium Gallery is Sheffields perfect location to get a taste of the arts, design and craft that resides and is growing in the area. You can even live through the heritage by observing the metalwork that makes the city world famous. 

With a cafe on-site, The Gallery also hosts some of Da Vinci's drawings! Drawings that are otherwise only seen at the Buckingham Palace. 

 

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Graves Gallery

Graves Gallery

Located at the top of the city's Central Library, The Graves Gallery is a true gem of a gallery. It's named after the local philanthropist J.G Graves, it houses an impeccable collection of European paintings and sculptures. 

It features a number of contemporary exhibitions that are without complaints, a perfectly curated one. 

It was dedicated to the service of knowledge and art and built in 1934. 

 

 

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Site Gallery

Site Gallery

The Site Gallery is Sheffield's international contemporary art space when it comes to moving image, new media and performance.  

They have exhibitions from local and international artists. Holding debates, engaging conversations based on art, culture and emerging art is their niche. Their focus is based on public activity and to nurture artistic talent. 

 

 

 

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The Art House

The Art House

The primary reason for it to be built was for learning, enjoying and developing creativity. 

They have a range of classes and workshops for upcoming artists or for people who feel that they could have a knack in a specific skill. 

Their range of courses and workshops are vasts, right from pottery making to art, fine art and talks related to the same. 

The Art House vision has been proven to be captivating and enriching for artists for all ages and stages. They already have a vast number of students and visitors that come from other cities. 

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Cupola Contemporary Art

Cupola Contemporary Art

The Cupola Gallery was established in 1991 and has been the most respected gallery for contemporary art in the whole of Northern England since then. The exhibitions for fine art are well heard of and is something they're known for.

They have over 300 artists works on display which makes it an extremely worthwhile place to visit. 

They have new exhibitions every six weeks, making it a very active gallery to visit for the people of Sheffield as well. Cupola is also committed to providing a warm and welcoming atmosphere and to that, it provides free chocolate cake every Saturday and free hot drinks to all their visitors any day! 

 

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