Keep your eyes peeled to this website over the coming weeks as we start to announce performances, exhibitions, tours and talks for The Brighouse Festival: Bridging Arts and Community.
Art is a large aspect of The Brighouse Arts Festival 2017: with contemporary compositions, public installations, group exhibitions and community involved projects there’s lots for everyone to enjoy.
The visual and fine art exhibited at The Brighouse Arts Festival is free.
Matthew Evans & Ryburn Valley High School Exhibition – local artists are exhibiting their works at Ryecorn Wholefoods and Cafe 43 throughout the festival week. Free to attend exhibition.read more
A specially curated exhibition at the Harrison Lord Gallery featuring prints by Lucy Pittaway; the Tour de Yorkshire official artist. Free all festival week during shop hours.read more
Art for Kids – Sticky, Messy, Creative fun with Rachel Kellett for Kids! Sat 7th October, Brighouse Assembly Rooms from 2pm. £2.50 per child. Unlimited Fun Art.read more
Build your own Miniature Garden (Dragon or Fairy) on Saturday 7th October. 2-3pm. Kershaw’s Garden Centre. £3read more
Amber Agha exhibited Saturday 7th – 14th October. Ryecorn Wholefoods. FREEread more
Klaus Pinter exhibited Saturday 7th – 14th October. Harrison Lord Gallery & Ryecorn Wholefoods. FREEread more