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Event Series Event Series: Climate. Emergency. Hope

Climate. Emergency. Hope

Thursday, 27th April @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Free
the turnpike

The Turnpike Gallery is presenting an exciting new exhibition exploring some of the urgent issues around the climate emergency. It includes a range of artwork by local, national and international artists, curated by a team of young people.

Our Young Curators have been meeting since October 2022, facilitated by creative practitioner, Liz Postlethwaite. Arising from discussions, presentations and gallery visits, the exhibition aims to share young peopleā€™s voices through the work of artists. Included in the exhibition are video, photography, textiles, banners, sculpture, text, alongside a programme of events and activities. Artists include: Rebecca Chesney, Robyn Woolston, Gregory Herbert, David Maisel, Klaus Thymann, Nerissa Cargill Thompson, Amy Twigger Holroyd, Chitra Merchant, Helen Bendon, Richard Shilling, Maya Chowdhry, Sophy King, Jane Lawson, Brigitte Jurack, Carolyn Morton.

Central to the project is the contribution young people have made in choosing and interpreting artworks which communicate the imminent threat of climate change but also propose solutions.

There will be a programme of events and activities for adults, children, families and schools during the exhibition. More details to follow soon.

Details

Date:
Thursday, 27th April
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Event Categories:
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Website:
https://www.theturnpikegallery.org.uk/

Venue

The Turnpike
Civic Square
Leigh, WN7 1EB United Kingdom
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the turnpike

The Turnpike Gallery is presenting an exciting new exhibition exploring some of the urgent issues around the climate emergency. It includes a range of artwork by local, national and international artists, curated by a team of young people.

Our Young Curators have been meeting since October 2022, facilitated by creative practitioner, Liz Postlethwaite. Arising from discussions, presentations and gallery visits, the exhibition aims to share young peopleā€™s voices through the work of artists. Included in the exhibition are video, photography, textiles, banners, sculpture, text, alongside a programme of events and activities. Artists include: Rebecca Chesney, Robyn Woolston, Gregory Herbert, David Maisel, Klaus Thymann, Nerissa Cargill Thompson, Amy Twigger Holroyd, Chitra Merchant, Helen Bendon, Richard Shilling, Maya Chowdhry, Sophy King, Jane Lawson, Brigitte Jurack, Carolyn Morton.

Central to the project is the contribution young people have made in choosing and interpreting artworks which communicate the imminent threat of climate change but also propose solutions.

There will be a programme of events and activities for adults, children, families and schools during the exhibition. More details to follow soon.

Details

Date:
Friday, 2nd June
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Event Categories:
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Website:
https://www.theturnpikegallery.org.uk/

Venue

The Turnpike
Civic Square
Leigh, WN7 1EB United Kingdom
+ Google Map
View Venue Website
the turnpike

The Turnpike Gallery is presenting an exciting new exhibition exploring some of the urgent issues around the climate emergency. It includes a range of artwork by local, national and international artists, curated by a team of young people.

Our Young Curators have been meeting since October 2022, facilitated by creative practitioner, Liz Postlethwaite. Arising from discussions, presentations and gallery visits, the exhibition aims to share young peopleā€™s voices through the work of artists. Included in the exhibition are video, photography, textiles, banners, sculpture, text, alongside a programme of events and activities. Artists include: Rebecca Chesney, Robyn Woolston, Gregory Herbert, David Maisel, Klaus Thymann, Nerissa Cargill Thompson, Amy Twigger Holroyd, Chitra Merchant, Helen Bendon, Richard Shilling, Maya Chowdhry, Sophy King, Jane Lawson, Brigitte Jurack, Carolyn Morton.

Central to the project is the contribution young people have made in choosing and interpreting artworks which communicate the imminent threat of climate change but also propose solutions.

There will be a programme of events and activities for adults, children, families and schools during the exhibition. More details to follow soon.

Details

Date:
Saturday, 8th July
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Event Categories:
, ,
Website:
https://www.theturnpikegallery.org.uk/

Venue

The Turnpike
Civic Square
Leigh, WN7 1EB United Kingdom
+ Google Map
View Venue Website
the turnpike

The Turnpike Gallery is presenting an exciting new exhibition exploring some of the urgent issues around the climate emergency. It includes a range of artwork by local, national and international artists, curated by a team of young people.

Our Young Curators have been meeting since October 2022, facilitated by creative practitioner, Liz Postlethwaite. Arising from discussions, presentations and gallery visits, the exhibition aims to share young peopleā€™s voices through the work of artists. Included in the exhibition are video, photography, textiles, banners, sculpture, text, alongside a programme of events and activities. Artists include: Rebecca Chesney, Robyn Woolston, Gregory Herbert, David Maisel, Klaus Thymann, Nerissa Cargill Thompson, Amy Twigger Holroyd, Chitra Merchant, Helen Bendon, Richard Shilling, Maya Chowdhry, Sophy King, Jane Lawson, Brigitte Jurack, Carolyn Morton.

Central to the project is the contribution young people have made in choosing and interpreting artworks which communicate the imminent threat of climate change but also propose solutions.

There will be a programme of events and activities for adults, children, families and schools during the exhibition. More details to follow soon.

Details

Date:
Friday, 28th April
Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Free
Event Categories:
, ,
Website:
https://www.theturnpikegallery.org.uk/

Venue

The Turnpike
Civic Square
Leigh, WN7 1EB United Kingdom
+ Google Map
View Venue Website
the turnpike