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Sheffield: Portraits of city's 'inspirational' figures to go on show

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Portraits of "pioneers, performers, athletes and artists" who are synonymous with Sheffield are to go on show in the city this summer.

Sean Bean, Jessica Ennis-Hill and Magid Magid will be among the 30 images featured, Sheffield Museums Trust said.

The portraits will explore ideas of "place and community" and feature inspirational figures, it added.

Over 30 works from the National Portrait Gallery and the city's own collection will feature in the show.

 The Creative Connections Sheffield exhibition is due to open at Millennium Gallery on Thursday 30 June.
https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-south-yorkshire-61877991

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Re: Sheffield: Portraits of city's 'inspirational' figures to go on show
« Reply #1 on: June 30, 2022, 12:32:18 PM »
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Who are the people that represent Sheffield? From pioneers and performers to athletes and artists, Creative Connections is a new exhibition that opened today at the Millennium Gallery that celebrates the public figures synonymous with our city
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