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Reboot Your Practice with Noel Bowler

27 July 2018, 10.00am to 4.30pm

Meet internationally-exhibited photographer Noel Bowler, get expert guidance and take your practice to the next level at this specialist event for photographers.

Impressions Gallery and The Bradford Club
Booking essential: limited to 8 places plus 2 FREE bursaries
£95 including lunc

Artist Talk with Noel Bowler

Saturday 28 July 2018, 2.00pm to 3.00pm

Hear Noel Bowler discuss the work in Union with a chance to ask your questions afterwards.

Free event, donations welcome.
Booking recommended via Eventbrite.

Summer Party with Noel Bowler

Saturday 28 July 2018, 3.00pm to 5.00pm

Join us for a Summer Party with a chance to view our current exhibition Union, meet exhibiting photographer Noel Bowler, and enjoy summer drinks at this celebratory event.

Free event, all welcome.

Time for Tea

Friday 10 August 2018, 11.30am to 1.30pm

Join us for free tea and cake, and enjoy a friendly, social morning in our gallery overlooking City Park.

Time for Tea is our free regular event for the over 55s, all welcome.

Summer Family Fun

31 July to 1 September 2018

Pop in to Impressions Gallery during the Summer holidays and enjoy free activities inspired by our exhibition Union by Noel Bowler. Get creative with make and take activities, or pick up a Gallery Trail and solve the puzzles as you journey through the exhibition.

All welcome, drop in during opening hours.

Make your own badges and banners

Wednesday 15 August and Saturday 18 August 12.30pm to 2.30pm, drop in

What message do you want to tell the world?

Release your radical side at this creative workshop inspired by our current exhibition Union by Noel Bowler. Get hands on by creating your very own protest badge or creating a banner.

Free event for all ages, no booking required

Feed Your Mind: Lunchtime talk

Thursday 13 September 2018, 12.30pm to 1.30pm

Guest speaker Jenny Mabbott, Head of Collections and Engagement at the People’s History Museum, Manchester, discusses the fusion of politics and visual culture in trade union banners.

Free event, donations welcome
No booking required