Posts by venue: Hatton Gallery

The New Kids In Town

If you manage to make it past thirty without making a complete idiot of yourself (and for me that particular ship sailed and promptly sank some time ago) then you quickly learn that there is nothing sadder than someone of… Read more

Revitalizing the Hatton – what’s happening while we’re closed

Welcome to the first in a series of blogs that I’ll be writing about the redevelopment of the Hatton Gallery, and the Offsite Programme that will be running while the Hatton undergoes its eighteen months of renovation. Hopefully as Project… Read more

Hatton Gallery Home and Belonging Project

While the Hatton Gallery is closed for redevelopment a project is being offered called Home and Belonging, working with refugees who have recently settled in the North East of England. The project is about the time it takes to achieve… Read more

The Hatton Collection is on the Move!

In March the Hatton Gallery closed for 18 months in order to modernise and improve its facilities, entailing a large amount of building work. In order to keep the collections safe during this period it will be necessary to remove all works… Read more

Wor Life Poppy Project

As part of our Wor Life project, commemorating the role of the North East in the First World War, we have been involving schools, families and community groups in creating poppies in our venues.  The poppies have been interpreted differently… Read more