If you haven’t already heard, put August 27 – September 7 in your diaries for the Temple Works Legacy Exhibition, at the Leeds Central Library (Room 700, the Art Space).
The week-long exhibition will especially feature a public launch, open to all, between 4pm-7pm on Tuesday August 30 (though sadly no naked drummers will be present).
The exhibition has sprung out of the fast-moving events of February this year, which saw the TW collective move out of the iconic mill on Marshall Street – but their work, individually and collectively, continues.
Susan Williamson, director of the TWL project, comments;
“We want to invite the public to come to relive some of our finer and more dangerous moments, and see old and new work: from audio and photographic site explorations, to still and moving images of events, short films made on site, archived web material, props and ( as a giveaway to the first lucky few hundred) a hand-tied memorial booklet.”
All are welcome at the exhibition, so please spread the word. And if people are available to help with stewarding, please get in touch with them.
The exhibition is open as follows:
• Saturday August 27: 10-5
• Sunday August 28: 11-3
• (Monday August 29 – CLOSED, Bank Holiday)
• Tuesday August 30: 9-7, PUBLIC LAUNCH 4-7
• Wednesday August 31: 9-7
• Thursday September 1: 9-6
• Friday September 2: 9-5
• Saturday September 3: 10-5
• Sunday September 4: 11-3
• Monday September 5: 9-7
• Tuesday September 6: 9-7
• Wednesday September 7: 9-7, WRAP PARTY FOR TWL’ers
The exhibition and events have been made possible with the generous help from Leeds City Council and Arts Council England. Click here for further info.