Opening Night: 01 March 6 – 9pm
Exhibition Open: Saturday 02 to Sunday 31 March
A exhibition of work inspired by the Marie Curie Hospice
Opening Night: 01 March 6 – 9pm Exhibition Open: Saturday 02 to Sunday 31 March
A exhibition of work inspired by the Marie Curie Hospice by Level 3 Art Students at Bradford School of Art.
Students on the UAL Level 3 Art and Design course at Bradford School of Art have been creating work that will ultimately hang in the newly built extension at The Marie Curie Hospice in Bradford. Responding to the hospice environment and the word Narrative, students have explored personal responses within their chosen specialist field.
South Square is a collection of 19th Century workers cottages, in the old Yorkshire village of Thornton, famous for its Brontë connections and its impressive 20-arch viaduct.
Renovated as a community arts centre in 1982, South Square Centre is now home to ten studio spaces for a variety of artists, as well as a gallery, community spaces, archive, fine art framers, bar and a cafe.
The centre hosts community events and activities for all ages, including an ongoing workshop programme and provides community spaces available to hire.