Arts&Heritage forges connections between artists, communities and historic sites and museums. We challenge how heritage is explored by centring artists and prioritising a diversity of voices within the narratives presented.
Luke Fowler with Ilam Park and Ilam Hall: Ilam Actual (version)
A group of young people have worked with Luke Fowler to make a series of short film and sound pieces to be shown at the National Trust’s Ilam Park & YHA Ilam Hall in the Peak District.
Liz Gre at the Royal Shakespeare Company
400 years after Shakespeare’s First Folio was published, Liz Gre’s collaborative new work examines the 1623 collection of comedies, tragedies and histories from the perspectives of refugees living in Stratford-upon-Avon today.
Hanna Tuulikki with Historic Environment Scotland at Glasgow Cathedral
The global premiere of a new work by artist and composer Hanna Tuulikki that raises the alarm for critically endangered birds and the impacts of climate change.
Mary Branson’s ‘Unearthing’ at Gosport Museum & Art Gallery
An immersive installation from Mary Branson using locally discovered archaeological artefacts in a sculptural display, sound, and light projection, telling the story of humanity throughout history.
Jocelyn McGregor with Lakeland Arts, Windermere Jetty Museum
Jocelyn McGregor will develop a contemporary art installation for Windermere Jetty Museum in response to the collection and its unique location in the Lake District, Cumbria.
Vanley Burke & Gary Stewart with Museum X
A sound installation from Vanley Burke and Gary Stewart that explored Black culture in Britain in Birmingham’s Handsworth Park.
A&H Digital Winter Commission 2022: Hanan Issa
A digital commission from Welsh-Iraqi poet, filmmaker, and artist, Hanan Issa; commissioned by Arts&Heritage to mark Winter 2022.
Chisato Minamimura at Ure Museum of Greek Archaeology
A new performance at Reading museum to be experienced with all five senses
Heinrich & Palmer at Gosport Museum and Art Gallery
To celebrate the opening of Gosport Museum and Art Gallery, a specially commissioned video artwork created by duo Heinrich & Palmer reveals plant life from the local area in a unique and fascinating manner.
Enam Gbewonyo at God’s House Tower
A sculpture that ran through the entirety of God’s House Tower, drawing on themes of trade, travel, colonialism and piracy.
Jordan Baseman at the National Paralympic Heritage Centre
A film that explored ambition, success and failure through the lens of Paralympic cyclist Lora Fachie OBE.
Hetain Patel at Cromford Mills
An artwork that commemorated forgotten workers from the UK and global cotton industry.
Emma Smith at The Brickworks Museum
An art installation that commemorated the UK’s brickworks and the thousands of forgotten workers connected to the industry.
George Shaw and Thomas Bewick at Cherryburn
George Shaw responds directly to the intimacy of Cherryburn – the birthplace of Thomas Bewick.
The Common Wealth Table by Intervention Architecture
Designed by Intervention Architecture as a place to encourage dwell time, new conversations and wellbeing in the city centre of Birmingham.
Anna Cady at Furzey Gardens
An installation of films, images, and memorabilia looking at Furzey Gardens’ 100-year history and its role today as a place of support and work experience for people with learning disabilities.
Paul Rooney at Colne Valley Museum
A sound piece for an 1840s era kitchen that aims to shed light on the historically neglected space of the domestic kitchen.