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 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.
• 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.