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 Exhibition

Yorkshire's Emerging Artists

Fri 21st June – Mon 2nd September 2024

FREE

An exciting summer showcase of Yorkshire emerging and early career artists will go on display at the Exhibition Gallery in Skipton Town Hall.

Showcasing the artwork of thirty-eight artists, this exhibition brings together exciting work by emerging talent living in, studying in, or from Yorkshire. Featuring sculpture, painting, film, textiles, and photography, the exhibition follows an open call for submissions from early career artists earlier this year.

Yorkshire’s Emerging Artists explores topics such as the environment, identity, social issues and activism. Visitors will get the opportunity to explore and purchase work from a variety of early career artists.

The gallery is open Mon-Sat, 9.30am-4.30pm. Entry is free.

Exhibiting artists: Jack So, Nick Smith, Maddy Salgado, Eve Frances, David Kenney, Grace MacFarlane, Lucy Cross (LUCE), Phee Jefferies, Jessica Swift, Khloe Baker, Pippa Foulds, Jemima Spence, Elliott Howard, Murniah Skinner, Ella McBride, Amy McGurk, Nelson, Jonathan Little, Zoe Maxwell, Zoe Phillips, Alexandra Müller, Adam Shaw, Hannah Archer, Alison Sayers, Lisa Power, Rory Williams, Tristian Felix, Nicola Rawnsley, Nicholas White, Ruth Heaton, David Collins, Jasmine Foo, Zahra Massey, Andrew Fitzgibbon, Jamie Avis, Rebecca Buchanan, Jamie Avis, Gemma Bailey.

 

Artwork featuring work by: Ruth Heaton, Jemima Spence, Ella McBride, Lucy Cross (LUCE) and Nicola Rawnsley

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