• Yorkshire Sculpture International

  • Yorkshire Sculpture International, the UK’s largest event celebrating sculpture, presented by Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle, will launch in 2019.

    An exhibition of international artists staged across four major institutions and public spaces in Leeds and Wakefield, Yorkshire Sculpture International will include new outdoor commissions and an extensive community and events programme.

    Free and open to all, Yorkshire Sculpture International is produced by the UK’s home of sculpture Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle, consisting of The Hepworth Wakefield, Yorkshire Sculpture Park and the neighbouring Leeds Art Gallery and Henry Moore Institute.

    Yorkshire Sculpture International will build upon the rich history of sculpture in the region, synonymous with the work of Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore.


    Contact the Yorkshire Sculpture International team

    Jane Bhoyroo – Producer

    Meghan Goodeve – Engagement Curator

    Kara Chatten – Marketing Manager


    Yorkshire Sculpture International opportunities

    Yorkshire Sculpture International – Evaluation Brief
    We are looking for someone to work with us from July 2018 – November 2019, to measure and evaluate the first Yorkshire Sculpture International.
    Download our evaluation brief
    Send your expression of interest to: Jane Bhoyroo
    Deadline for proposals: Monday 11 June 2018
    Interviews will be held in Leeds on Tuesday 19 June 2018


    Yorkshire Sculpture International Events

    Artist professional development programme launch
    Thursday 28 June 2018, 6-8pm, The Tetley, Leeds
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    Yorkshire Sculpture International News

    Leeds 2023 Bid Continues As Six-Year Cultural Programme Announced Featuring Yorkshire Sculpture International
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    The Guardian – Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle wins £750,000 for triennial show
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    Images: Henry Moore Institute, Leeds; The Hepworth Wakefield (© Hufton Crow); Yorkshire Sculpture Park (Henry Moore, Large Two Forms 1966–69. Bronze. Reproduced by permission of The Henry Moore Foundation. Courtesy Yorkshire Sculpture-Park Photo © Jonty Wilde); Leeds Art Gallery (exterior image courtesy Leeds Museums and Galleries)