Autumn 2021: Tullie House
Spring 2022: The Studio Morland
Summer 2022: Florence Arts Centre
Autumn 2022: Sizergh Barn
Florence Arts Centre, May – June 2022
The Florence Arts Centre in Egremont will be hosting the exhibition for May and June. Each time this exhibition changes venues, it takes on an entirely fresh feel. And it looks great here! While you’re visiting, make time to stop in the gallery cafe, and bring a bit of extra money – the work in the arts centre shop is very tempting.
The exhibition is free to visit and will be open:
May 14 – June 19, Weds – Sun, 11am – 4pm.
Please note, the gallery will be closed during the Jubilee bank holiday period.
Workshops will be taking place on the weekends while the exhibition is showing, with featured artists running interactive events. Check the Florence Arts Centre website for details.
For more information, visit the Florence Arts Centre website here.
The Studio Morland, April 2022
We’re delighted to be taking the exhibition to The Studio Morland, in Morland in Cumbria’s Eden Valley. Last summer, the team at The Studio Morland in Cumbria’s Eden Valley created a map of short walks beginning and ending at the gallery – so do leave time for a walk if you’d like to (and maybe time to pop into the cafe for a cuppa as well).
Weds/ Thurs: April 6 & 7, 12-4pm
Weekend: April 9 & 10, 10am-4pm
Weds/Thurs: April 13 & 14, 12-4pm
Weekend: April 16 & 17, 10am-4pm
All visits are free of charge.
Looking back: Artful Ways at Tullie House
The Artful Ways exhibition is a portal into perspectives on Cumbria and on walking, on the impact of Covid and our relationships with the natural environment, and shares reflections on what it means to be here … and connected. The exhibition is multi-media and multi-storied, with film, audio pieces, textile work, painting, photography, illustration, poetry, basket making, pottery and 3D books. It’s an inspiring and eclectic collection of voices, creativity and thought provoking work. Visit Tullie House website here to plan your visit.
The exhibition includes work from the five commissioned Artful Way artists, alongside pieces that have been selected from the many contributions made during the summer of walks and events – these are all available to see on the Artful Ways online gallery. When you visit the exhibition, you’ll also be able to explore the map of walks via the interactive touch screen – but do have a browse before you visit, by walking virtually through the map here.
The exhibition is a celebration of individual and community heartfelt expression, and a starting point for conversations and new collaborations. The Tullie House setting is perfect for the work – and we’re really happy that the stunning gallery space sits alongside the New Light Art Prize. Together these are a wonderful celebration of northern art and creativity.