Visitors in the Gallery looking at Memphis exhibition

Announcing our Summer Special

8 May 2023

Throughout the summer, Milton Keynes residents are invited to visit our next exhibition, Boyd & Evans: High Time, for just £1 during all opening hours. For visitors to MK, we continue to offer Pay What You Can entry on Sundays, whilst remaining free for under 26 year-olds. This Summer Special provides an opportunity for new […]Read more

Trickster Figures catalogue – Available now

2 May 2023

The Trickster Figures catalogue is available now! A soft-cover book with 60 pages, this publication accompanies the exhibition Trickster Figures presenting the next chapter in the story of British sculpture, bringing together a selection of work by eleven contemporary artists. The exhibition explores the body’s newly configured relation to the world which involves increasingly fluid […]Read more

Sky Room Cinema brings Eurovision to the big screen

5 April 2023

Didn’t manage to get tickets to the live final in Liverpool? Don’t fret, MK Gallery is bringing the Grand Final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 LIVE to its Sky Room Cinema.   Fans of Eurovision can now book tickets to the live streaming and join the party as Liverpool, the ‘World Capital of Pop’, hosts […]Read more

Local artist paints new mural at MK Gallery

22 March 2023

Local artist Tom Guilmard has painted a new mural at MK Gallery. Full of colour and humour, it can be found on the staircase up towards the Sky Room. The mural will be a temporary fixture at MK Gallery until Autumn this year.Read more

Announcing Boyd & Evans: High Time

8 March 2023

MK Gallery is delighted to announce our Summer exhibition for 2023 – Boyd & Evans: High Time. This first major survey of artist duo Boyd & Evans in over a decade marks 55 years of their collaboration. The exhibition will focus on paintings, spanning their careers from the 1960s to today. It will display many […]Read more

Calling all budding sculptors!

14 January 2023

Trickster Figures: Sculpture and the Body is an exciting and inspiring collection of modern British sculpture that we hope will inspire young local artists. Young Sculptor is an opportunity for all young people living or studying in Milton Keynes to develop their sculpting skills, take part in an exhibition this June in, and have their […]Read more

Inclusive Practice in the Arts wins national award

18 November 2022

The Inclusive Practice in the Arts (IPA) team at MK Gallery is delighted to be awarded the Fantastic for Families 2021-2022 award – for the second year running.  Last year the team won the award for Best Family Arts Activity for its Sensory Boxes programme, which was developed in response to lockdowns as a remote […]Read more

An Interview with Larry Achiampong

12 October 2022

We sat down with Larry Achiampong ahead of his solo show at MK Gallery to discuss his background, work, and what the future holds. Could you introduce yourself, and the exhibition? My name is Larry Achiampong. I’m an artist, and I work across a range of media which includes film, sculpture, sound, performance… I’m referred […]Read more

Out now: What’s On Winter 2022

10 October 2022

When visiting MK Gallery, pick up one of our Winter What’s On guides, featuring information on exhibitions, cinema, live music, performances, and family activities for October, November, December and January. Download a digital version here.Read more

Inclusive Practice in the Arts at MK Gallery receives national recognition

29 September 2022

The Inclusive Practice in the Arts (IPA) team at MK Gallery is delighted to be shortlisted for a Fantastic for Families 2021-2022 award, for the second year running. Last year the team won the award for Best Family Arts Activity for its Sensory Boxes programme, which was developed in response to lockdowns as a remote […]Read more

Announcing Trickster Figures: Sculpture and the Body

13 September 2022

We are pleased to announce our first major exhibition of 2023, Trickster Figures: Sculpture and the Body, curated by Jes Fernie. Trickster Figures presents the next chapter in the story of British sculpture, bringing together a selection of work by eleven contemporary artists. The exhibition explores the body’s newly configured relation to the world which […]Read more

Portholes – Please touch.

2 August 2022

MK Gallery invites multidisciplinary artist Francesca Cant to design its Summer Commission 2022.  As part of her artistic practice, Cant explores the possibilities and limitations of play. This aspect is realised in her latest work for MK Gallery, Portholes. The participatory sculpture encourages play and social interaction, inviting audiences to arrange, stack and compose the […]Read more