Bring your packed lunch and join us in City Park, Bradford to celebrate our larger-than-life outdoor exhibition, Picturing Bradford. After lunch we will go on a walk and tour of the exhibition, so wear your walking shoes.
Picturing Bradford is a new outdoor photography exhibition that celebrates what’s unique about the district’s high streets and tells stories from behind the shopfronts. The exhibition features more than 60 photographs, chosen from hundreds of public submissions following an open call by Impressions Gallery.
You can view the large-scale images from Picturing Bradford animating windows in City Park, Darley Street, Godwin Street, and the Kirkgate Centre.
Meet outside the main entrance to Impressions Gallery (next to the ‘Lady Gaga’ photograph).
FREE, booking advised. Book here.
If you need help booking your place please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the gallery on 01274 737843.
Pick up a location map and guide from the Welcome Desk at Impressions Gallery or download a copy here.
Thank you to all 27 photographers in Picturing Bradford: Adam Kingston, Alison McNicoll, Britta Burmester, Carly Miller, Cath Muldowney, David Enyori, Elaine Taylor, Jamie Steward, Jenna Greenwood, Jason Feather, Jaz Oldham, John Cade, John Fontana, Karleen Charles, Lauren Russell, Lisa Brown, Marcus Rattray, Mike Barrett, Nathan McGill, Peter Kitching, Rais Hasan, Richard Bunce, Robin Maurice Barr, Ron Pengelly, Ruxx Naqvi, Simon Weldon, and Steven Spencer.
Picturing Bradford is funded by Historic England and Bradford Council. Part of the national Picturing High Streets project commissioned by Historic England and delivered by Photoworks as part of the High Streets Heritage Action Zones Cultural Programme. It is produced in partnership with GRAIN Projects, Impressions Gallery, Open Eye Gallery, London College of Communications, Photofusion, QUAD/FORMAT, Redeye, ReFramed and The Photographers’ Gallery.
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