Cheeseburn Sculpture is taking a break.

After eight years of welcoming people from all over the country, we are taking a break for the rest of 2021 and 2022.
Since 2013, Cheeseburn Sculpture has seen thousands of visitors to our sculpture trail, gallery, and gardens. We have mentored over 50 emerging artists from regional universities and supported many with commissions through the Gillian Dickinson North East Young Sculptor competition. We have exhibited artists from the North East of England and beyond, commissioned sound pieces, performances, sculptures, and art installations.
After what has been a difficult 18 months, we have been lucky enough to open for selected weekends, support artists and welcome visitors. Now, we will take a break to reflect on our achievements over the years and consider what Cheeseburn could be in the future.
We are incredibly grateful for the support we have received from all our visitors, donors, artists and partners, all our volunteers and our curator Matthew Jarratt.
You can continue to support us by getting your own copy of our retrospective photography book for £10, featuring beautiful images from some of the best North East photographers of some of our most memorable exhibitions and installations.

Buy the book

We have created a beautiful retrospective book which looks back on Cheeseburn over the years.
Photographs taken by North East photographers from 2014 to 2021 document the artworks, sculptures and installations shown at Cheeseburn Sculpture.
Limited in number, buy your copy by clicking here.