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The Hep­worth Prize for Sculp­ture: The prize was won by He­len Marten, who also went on to win the Turner Prize. There is still chance to catch all the artists nom­i­nated at the Hep­worth Gallery in Wake­field un­til Fe­bru­ary 19. www.hep­worth­wake­field.org.

Sam Shendi Mother and Child: There is still an­other month left to see the work of the Egyp­tian-born, York­shire­based sculp­ture who has an ex­hi­bi­tion at The Civic in Barns­ley with colour­ful hu­man ab­strac­tions. It closes on Jan­uary 28.

Artist talk with Kurt Tong: As part of his new ex­hi­bi­tion – The Queen, The Chair­man and I, Kurt Tong will tell the sto­ries be­hind his show and af­ter­wards there will be a Q&A. It takes place on Jan­uary 21 at the Im­pres­sions Gallery in Brad­ford.

Christo­pher P Wood Be­neath The Sur­face: There is still time to catch the Leeds artist’s lat­est ex­hi­bi­tion at the Cross­ley Gallery, Dean Clough in Hal­i­fax un­til Jan­uary 22. For fur­ther de­tails of open­ing times visit www. dean­clough.com

Fam­ily Art Work­shop. Petri-dish Pat­terns: A work­shop aimed at 5-11 year olds who, us­ing their imag­i­na­tion, can cre­ate mi­cro­scopic worlds we could see in­side a petri dish. At The Tet­ley in Leeds this Satur­day. De­tails www.thetet­ley.org

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