York Art Gallery

Centre of Ceramic Art (CoCA)

Centre of Ceramic Art (CoCA) York Art Gallery launched its ground-breaking new Centre of Ceramic Art (CoCA) on 1 August 2015. CoCA highlights and celebrates York Art Gallery’s collection of British studio ceramics, which is the largest and among the most important in the UK and covers the entire British studio ceramics movement. Formed mainly of …

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Events

Exhibitions

Group Bookings

We welcome groups and offer discounts for parties of 10 or more. Group Admission Pricing Adult – £5 (25 years + over) Adult – £4 (17-24 years) Child – £3 (16 years + under) For school party group admission information, click here. To make a booking, please complete a booking form and email it to groupbookings@ymt.org.uk  You can contact our Group Bookings department …

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How to Find Us

Opening Times

Opening Times Open daily: 10am – 5pm Closed: 25, 26 December and 1 January. Early closing at 2.30pm: 24 and 31 December. For more information on visiting York Art Gallery please click here.

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Previous Exhibitions

Shop

Take home a memento of your visit to York Art Gallery with a creative range of gifts, books, art materials, prints and ceramic artworks. Gallery Shop – Opposite our front entrance you’ll find our spacious shop stocking a wide variety of art-related items to take home. Our books range from exhibition catalogues and academic texts …

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Tickets

Admission YMT Card Holder  FREE Adult (with 10% Gift Aid Donation) £8.00 Adult (without donation) £7.27 Child (16 and under*) FREE with a paying adult Student/Young Person** £5.60 York Resident (with 10% Gift Aid Donation)*** £6.40 York Resident (without donation)*** £5.82 Visitors on Universal Credit*** £4.00 / FREE for York Residents on Universal Credit With a YorkCard 20% off day tickets   *Up to four …

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Upcoming Exhibitions

Making a Masterpiece: Bouts and Beyond 11 October 2019–26 January 2020 Inspired by the Dieric Bouts workshop painting, Saint Luke Drawing the Virgin and Child (late 15th century), this exhibition of Dutch and Flemish art explores how artists have created images from the northern Renaissance to the present day. Please keep an eye on this page for more …

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