Cheeseburn Open Weekends

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18 May 2019 - 01 September 2019

11am - 4pm

Suggested donation of £5 per adult on the door

Cheeseburn’s open weekends will see:

The unveiling of proposals for Gillian Dickinson’s next Young Sculptor, as well as the reveal of 2018 Gillian Dickinson North East Young Sculptor winner Clare Townley.

Erin Dickson’s glass chandelier will be available to view in the Stables.

Maria Vincentelli will be making an appearance with a captivating dance performance in the grounds.

Simon Hitchens returns to Cheeseburn with an exhibition in the Gallery, as well as a short film in the Hayloft.

Lizzie J Klotz returns to Cheeseburn this season with another immersive performance in the grounds.

In the Chapel, don’t miss Ed Carter and Katie Symmonds’ sound and moving image installation.

Louise Plant is back at Cheeseburn with a new exhibition. ‘Regatta’ is available to view in the Gallery. Louise has also created an installation in the Stables and a documentary film in the Hayloft.

Also in attendance will be Handmade Tyneside in the Design Arch and Ayako Tani in the Design Larder.

Entry with £5 donation per adult.

Regrettably we cannot accommodate dogs due to active farmland.

Cheeseburn is a rural art and sculpture trail and as such is not fully accessible. Please get in touch beforehand if you are looking to visit and would like some more information about accessibility.

Car parking on site.

Our café serves homemade cakes and refreshments and is cash only.

18th, 19th, 25th, 26th and 27th May

29th and 30th June

6th and 7th July

24th, 25th, 26th and 31st August

1st September only

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