The Lie of the Land
This exhibition traces a line from neighbouring Stowe to provide an intriguing and playful context for Milton Keynes, looking at design, architecture and social history since the 18th century. Over 80 artists are featured, including Thomas Gainsborough, J.M.W. Turner, ... Read more
Paula Rego and George Stubbs monograph shows announced for opening year
We are delighted to announce our exhibition programme for 2019.
Illuminating the Wilderness
Illuminating the Wilderness is a new work made by Project Art Works’ artists Kate Adams and Tim Corrigan in collaboration with artists Ben Rivers, Margaret Salmon and Project Art Works’ artists, their families and support teams.
Group Listening, Rocheman, Fun Fun Funeral
Group Listening is a new project from Stephen Black (Sweet Baboo) and Cardiff based experimental musician, Paul Jones.
Stan and Ollie
Laurel and Hardy, the world's most famous comedy duo, attempt to reignite their film careers as they embark on what becomes their swan song - a gruelling theatre tour of post-war Britain.
Housewives plus support
Housewives are a genreless band from London who play experimental music that points to the future.
Explore this programme of new art, performances, family activities, happenings and talks.
Haste Theatre - Where the hell is Bernard?
Mixing magical visuals, movement, live song and clown, award winning Haste Theatre create a darkly comic warning for the future.
Bethany Mitchell wins a Marsh Award for Excellence in Gallery Education
Our Curator of Inclusion, Bethany Mitchell, has been announced as one of six individual winners at the eighth annual Marsh Awards for Excellence in Gallery Education.
Schools, Further Education and Groups
We strive for high quality creative encounters that encourage the nurturing of an innate curiosity in children and young people.