The Week In Pictures 25th May

  • Cumbria's Abbot Hall Gallery highlights the struggles female artists faced to be recognised in the male-dominated discipline. Read more.
  • All-female collective Brass Art commissioned to mark the 25th anniversary of the Irwin Sculpture trail Read more.
  • The Scottish government backs a study into the economic impact of poet Robert Burns Read more.
  • The public will vote to decide the designer of Dulwich Picture Gallery's outdoor pavilion Read More.
  • Teeside University library director Liz Jolly is to become cheif librarian at the British Library Read More
  • A new DCMS-sponsored memorial to British victims of overseas terrorism has been created in the National Memorial Arboretum Read More
  • The entrance to the Museum of Liverpool has finally reopened after a lengthy dispute Read More

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