Wednesday 7th July Art Walk Schedule

The next Leeds Art Walk on July 7 begins at the Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds at 5.30 pm. The walk will finish at PSL for the opening of the Drawing Shed and Jerwood Painters at PSL.

Schedule for July 7th
5.30 pm – Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery: All Over the Place: Drawing Place, Drawing Space.
6.15 pm – Henry Moore Institute: Drawings from the HMI archive.
7.00 pm – Project Space Leeds: The Drawing Shed and Jerwood Painters.

Meet at 5.30pm inside the Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery (Parkinson Building, University of Leeds, Woodhouse Lane, LS2 9JT)

The Leeds Art Walk is FREE. Booking is not essential but it will assist in estimating group numbers. To book contact gill@pavilion.org.uk or 0113 242 5100.

More About the exhibitions:

All Over The Place: Drawing Place, Drawing Space.

Recent drawings by 17 artists in the group LAND2 and the Drawing Research Group (Lincoln) explore the relationship between the act of drawing and the experience of place. LAND2 is a national, creative practice-led research network of artists, lecturers and students with an interest in contemporary landscape and place-oriented art practice.

Jerwood Contemporary Painters:

An exhibition of 24 emerging painters selected by Paul Huxley RA, Callum Innes and Vanessa Jackson.

This innovative and diverse exhibition provides a unique opportunity for emerging artists at a particular stage in their development, between student and recognised artist. The exhibition supports imaginative and vibrant practice in contemporary painting by encouraging young artists during what can be their most creative period. Each of the participating artists, who must have graduated since 2000, receives an equal share of £30,000 to support them at this critical point in their careers. This fee is unusual to other prizes as it rewards every artist in the show.

The Drawing Shed

In this participatory project artists are invited to make new work on the exterior of a black shed. The project will evolve as new artworks are created over the course of the exhibition.

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