TOP 5: Pick of the best art
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