Schedule for Wednesday 3 February:
17:30 – Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery: A discipline of the mind: The Drawings of Wilheimina Barns-Graham.
18:15 – Leeds Art Gallery: Northern Art Prize.
18:45 – Howard Assembly Rooms: Janet Cardiff: VOICES: The Forty Part Motet.
This month we have been invited to stay on for the opening of the Janet Cardiff sound installation at the Howard Assembly Rooms following the art walk.
Meet at the Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery at 5:30pm.
For more information contact Gill at Pavilion
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More about the exhibitions:
A discipline of the mind: The Drawings of Wilheimina Barns-Graham.
Drawings by Scottish artist Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, produced between 1949-1993, showing her analytical and enquiring draughtsmanship. The exhibition was curated by Mel Gooding for The Pier Art Centre in collaboration with The Barns-Graham Charitable Trust.
Northern Art Prize.
Leeds Art Gallery hosts the 3rd Northern Art Prize for contemporary visual artists. The prize celebrates and rewards professional artists of any age, working in any medium, living in the North of England. This year’s short-listed artists were Pavel Buchler, Rachel Goodyear, Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson and Matt Stokes. All their work is exhibited here. The winner Pavel Buchler was announced on 10th Jan.Come along and see if you agree with the judges decision!
VOICES: The Forty Part Motet.
A unique sound installation based on Thomas Tallis’s masterpiece for forty voices, Spem in Alium. In Janet Cardiff’s re-working each of the forty voices are heard through independent speakers spaced throughout the Howard Assembly Room. Audiences are invited to wander around the room and absorb this rich, aural experience.