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Bradford Pride of Place Project

Wed, 27th May, 2015

What does Bradford mean to you? Are the Bantams brill? Is Idle active? Are there certain West Yorkshire ways? Is The Kirkgate kool? What would make a great souvenir of Bradford? What hidden or unusual attractions would you show visitors?

To complement their exhibition, extra{ordinary}, at Impressions Gallery, artists Jan Williams and Chris Teasdale of The Caravan Gallery will be transforming Fuse Art Space in central Bradford into a dynamic art exhibition-cum-alternative visitor information centre exploring Bradford in all its multifaceted glory.

11 June to 11 July, open 11am to 6pm daily, closed Sunday & Monday
Fuse Art Space, Rawson Place, Bradford

Impressions Gallery and The Caravan Gallery are looking for a small team of dedicated volunteers to support the Bradford Pride of Place Project hub, part of a major citywide photography project taking place this summer.

We are looking for volunteers to assist with the smooth running of the Bradford Pride of Place Project hub at Fuse Art Space, throughout June and July 2015.

Application deadline: Thursday 14 May 2015

This summer, Impressions is partnering with The Caravan Gallery to present the Bradford Pride of Place Project Tour, a major citywide project made up of three components: an exhibition extra{ordinary} Photographs of Britain by the Caravan Gallery, a participatory art project at The Pride of Place Project Hub, and the Bradford Caravan Gallery Tour.





A selection of work from Murray Ballard's The Prospect of Immortality will be shown at this year’s FORMAT International Photography Festival in the main exhibition at Quad Gallery, Beyond Evidence.

Beyond Evidence - An incomplete narratology of photographic truths runs from 13 March to 7 June 2015 at Quad Gallery, Derby.