Wednesday 1st September Art Walk Schedule

17:30 – Leeds Railway Station: Concourse Quartet

18:00 – Leeds Shopping Plaza: Art in Unusual Spaces

18:45 – Leeds Art Gallery: The Open Show

Meet outside Starbucks inside Leeds Railway station at 17:30.

For more information contact Gill at Pavilion
T > 0113 242 5100
E > gill@pavilion.org.uk

More about the Exhibitions:

Concourse Quartet by Amelia Crouch

Concourse Quartet is a series of short texts describing the actions of four typical characters passing time in a train station. The text is rendered in four different colours with each colour representing a separate character. The words are imagined but have the potential to mimic actual activities happening in the station as the billboard is being read. Evoking the quick glances and momentary interactions we have with others in transitional public places, the sparse content of these cameos allows the reader to weave their own imaginings into these mini-narratives.

Concourse Quartet is the second piece as part of The Billboard Project by Leeds Met Gallery at Leeds Railway Station.

Art in Unusual Spaces

Here the art walk will have a sneak preview of some of the work being shown as part of the last ‘Art in Unusual Spaces’ project in Leeds Shopping Plaza. ‘End of Season’ opens fully on 2nd September to 5th September. Artists have been given the chance to develop new video, installation and illustration work in the Plaza’s empty shop units.

Leeds Art Gallery Open Show

The annual open show for artists based in the region. This year the exhibition is also extended to involve younger people, with submissions from under 18s,  displayed in a parallel exhibition.

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