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Harewood Biennial 2024: Create/Elevate

28 June – 20 October 2024

Create/Elevate is the third Harewood Biennial, now established as the major craft Biennial of its kind outside London. Presented within Harewood House and across our gardens and landscapes, it showcases the work of international artists, designers and craft collectives, including new commissions. The exhibition explores the power of craft to surprise, inspire and bring people together and will be accompanied by a … Read more


Colours Uncovered

22 March – 9 June 2024

Discover the hidden histories of colours within our celebrated arts and crafts collections, see the first colours of spring in our stunning gardens and enjoy colourful artist-led interventions and activities across Harewood.  The use of colours in arts and crafts is entwined with the history of civilisation and scientific discovery. This new exhibition explores the science of extracting pigments from nature … Read more


Cecilia Charlton – Memory Garden

22 March – 9 June 2024

Inspired by colourful flowers, Memory Garden invites audiences to contemplate the relationship between textiles and gardening. Both practices reflect different forms of growth and a process of slowing down as it takes time for a garden to grow or a weaving to take shape. Charlton’s three-part textile installation was woven by hand. It explores the capacity for textiles and gardens to store memories. Our sense … Read more


David Harewood: What’s in a name?

19 January – 3 March 2024Free for members

The life and career of renowned actor and writer David Harewood OBE are explored in this immersive exhibition, culminating in the newly commissioned portrait by Ashley Karrell as part of Harewood’s Missing Portraits series. The Missing Portraits series commissions portraits of people of African-Caribbean heritage who have connections to Harewood. Born in 1965 to parents from Barbados, David Harewood grew up in … Read more


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