State of the Arts – Yorkshire in pictures

Victoria Ward finishing cake in Yorkshire.
Victoria Ward finishing cake in Yorkshire.

Hello Yorkshire! We’re back…

This post is a short photo series so far from our trip to Yorkshire for our exhibition in Barnsley. Here are some of the places and people from our travels in Yorkshire:

Where our exhibition is:
Cooper Gallery, Barnsley Museums

Artist & hilarious pal:
Bob Clayden

Artist and former miner:
Harry Malkin

A photographer friend:
Porl Medlock

Awesome art residency where we are staying:
Art House

This is why we are here. Gary poses for our exhibition Coordinator Alison Cooper. Local press is wanting photos and the BBC is taking an interest too.
This is why we are here. Gary poses for our exhibition Coordinator Alison Cooper. Local press is wanting photos and the BBC is taking an interest too.
St. Mary's across the street from the Cooper Gallery with a section that is well over 500 years old.
St. Mary’s across the street from the Cooper Gallery with a section that is well over 500 years old.
Wonderful stained glass by Franz Wesselman, a Dutch artist. His work is hanging in the Cooper Gallery boutique.
Wonderful stained glass by Franz Wesselman, a Dutch artist. His work is hanging in the Cooper Gallery boutique.
This miner's banner hangs in the atrium of the Barnsley Town Council. I'm not kidding, yes socialism is not a dirty word over here.
This miner’s banner hangs in the atrium of the Barnsley Town Council. I’m not kidding, yes socialism is not a dirty word over here.
From the film & exhibition Coal Not Dole on at the Barnsley Museums. It documents the work women did during the 1984/5 miner's strike. It was quite moving.
From the film & exhibition Coal Not Dole on at the Barnsley Museums. It documents the work women did during the 1984/5 miner’s strike. It was quite moving.
Gary fits right in with these Yorkshire men; photographer Porl Medlock & artists Harry Malkin & Bob Clayden
Gary fits right in with these Yorkshire men; photographer Porl Medlock & artists Harry Malkin & Bob Clayden
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