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New Rhythms: Henri Gaudier-Brzeska: Art, Dance and Movement in London 1911 – 1915

11 July – 1 November 2015Free for members

Harewood will be the only venue to receive a major new exhibition from Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, featuring work by renowned French-born sculptor and draughtsman, Henri Gaudier-Brzeska. It is the first time Brzeska’s engagement with dance and movement has been explored. New Rhythms brings together sculpture, drawing, photography, film, and archive material in a display which marks the centenary of his untimely … Read more

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Thomas J Price: Recent Works

4 July – 1 November 2015Free for members

Thomas J Price is a rising star of the British contemporary art scene. Never meeting your gaze, these intriguing sculptures explore why black men are only represented in certain ways within art. Using traditional techniques, the exhibition appeals to classical and contemporary tastes. Read more

Performance

Northern School of Contemporary Dance Performance

14 June 2015

First year students of the BPA (Hons) degree in Contemporary Dance at Northern School of Contemporary Dance perform choreography inspired by the historic architecture and gardens at Harewood House. There will be two performances, 12pm and 3pm, both of which the public are welcome to attend and are free for Harewood House visitors.  Each performance will last around 50 minutes, with visitors encouraged to walk … Read more

Wildlife

Daily Penguin Feeding

3 April – 1 November 2015

In the wild, the Humboldt Penguin feeds on anchovies, squid and sardines which are found in the Humboldt Ocean current off the West coast of Peru. At Harewood, we feed our penguins whitebait and sprats - fish that are similar in size to their natural diet, although they will also eat small herrings. They usually feed just after sunrise at a depth of around 1 metre. Get up close to our Penguins by helping the … Read more

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A Gift from the Whole Nation

3 April – 1 November 2015Free for members

At the start of the First World War there was a mass outpouring of sympathy and charity to the men fighting for Britain. The Royal family were not immune to this and in October 1914 the young Princess Mary took it upon herself to provide a small thank you present for the troops serving the country on Christmas Day 1914. By Christmas 1914, 355,716 gifts had reached members of the British Expeditionary force, … Read more

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