Festival Exhibition at the Box Office
Saturday June 12 to Sunday July 11
Festival Box Office and Gallery,
Albert Street, Hebden Bridge
Mon to Sat 10.30am-5pm, Sun 12pm-5pm
Martin Parr – the Albert Street Years
In partnership with Calderdale MBC Museums and
Born in Surrey in 1952, internationally renowned
photographer Martin Parr moved to Hebden Bridge
in 1974, and, with ceramicist Jenny Beavan and
painter Ray Elliot, founded the Albert Street
Workshop. It was from 8 Albert Street, now Ribbon
Circus, that Parr began his work capturing life in a
northern town, recording the everyday moments of
Hebden Bridge residents, particularly the
congregation of Crimsworth Dean Methodist Chapel.
This exhibition offers a not to be missed opportunity
to remember how we used to live.
Curated by Christine Bradley, the exhibition
comprises photographs loaned from the Martin Parr
collection held by Calderdale Museums and Galleries
Service. We would like to thank Richard McFarlane
and his colleagues for their support.
Festival Exhibition at ArtsMill
Paula Rego Recent Prints
Sunday July 4 to Sunday August 15
Artsmill, Linden Mill, Linden Road, Hebden Bridge
Wednesday to Sunday 11am to 5pm
Paula Rego has never shied away from confronting us
images, and here
in her late
continues to deal
topics which were
the scourge of
daily life in past
centuries and are
Festival Exhibition at Wainsgate
Saturday and Sunday July 3,4,10 and 11
Wainsgate Chapel, Old Town HX7 8SU
Saturday and Sunday 11am to 5pm
An exhibition of work by local artists Kate Boyce,
Alison Duddle, Weston Hammond, Nola Hayhurst,
Alice Hutt, Yvonne Stubbs, Sheila Tilmouth and AJ
NB: there is no parking at the Chapel. Please park in
Old Town Lane, walk or use the bus.
See www.wainsgate.co.uk for a map.
Saturday June 26 to Sunday July 11
Catching the Light
Hare and Hounds, Old Town, Hebden Bridge
Tues-Fri 12-3pm, 5-11pm, Sat-Sun 3-11pm.
An exhibition of water colours by
Yvonne Stubbs and acrylics by
Weston Hammond. The paintings
show how each artist captures light
in their landscapes.
Tuesday June 22 to Sunday July 18
New Visions – Phil Withersby
The Calder Gallery,
Market St, Hebden Bridge
Wed-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 12-4pm
Traditional landscapes with a
contemporary twist enhanced by
memory and experience. Images
of West Yorkshire, the coasts and beaches of
Northern England and North Wales.
Wednesday June 23 to Saturday July 10
The Oldest Living Organism
White Ribbon Office, Mytholmroyd
A novice tree nerd,
Di Seymour celebrates
our greatest English trees– their uses, histories,
mysteries and beauty.
Sunday June 20 to Sunday August 1
Yorkshire – In All Its Glory
Heart Gallery, Market St, Hebden Bridge
A photographic exhibition
to celebrate our locality and
soak up the peace and
solitude of our valleys, crags
and moorlands; unspoilt,
breathtaking and seductive.