Safe Spaces – an Exhibition by Pallant House Gallery’s Creative Collective
Published 11:47 on 11 Sep 2019
Safe Spaces – an Exhibition by
Pallant House Gallery’s Creative Collective. From Friday
4th October to Sunday 3rd November the Cathedral will
be hosting Safe Spaces: an
exhibition produced by a group of artists who have each created a personal
response to the Cathedral and the concept of safety. The work explores
different themes including people, place and presence.
The Pallant House
Creative Collective grew out of the Gallery’s Learning and Community programme
in Jan 2015. It is about learning new skills in an inclusive and supportive
environment mirroring the values of the Community programme. Sixteen artists
are taking part using a range of media including watercolours, acrylics, water-based
oils, charcoals, clay, inks and pastels.
The Safe Spaces
Exhibition is free it is open during normal Cathedral opening hours.
Image by Peter Baker
Last updated 11:47 on 11 September 2019