Gulnara Vali - Burano

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Monday, 11 September 2017 (All day) - Sunday, 15 October 2017 (All day)
Whole Venue: Open Monday - Saturday: 9.30am - 5pm
Exhibitions are also open to view on evenings when the venue opens for performances. Sunday opening times are from 1 hour before the performance starts.


Something to remind, reminisce, dream about... Memento is an exhibition that strums on the strings of your mind taking you back to another time or place


Gulnara Vali is a UK-based artist of Russian origin, living and working in West Yorkshire. Gulnara has gained her artistic education in Art School in Russia and has held numerous successful exhibitions back in her home country.  The beauty of Yorkshire inspired Gulnara to paint with watercolours. The paints “..magically transfer the purity and translucence of the light on buildings into the charming pictures of pretty streets and little towns”.

Bill and  Elli of Ikaria Ceramics 

Bill (Richard W.Smith) Elli (Eleni Tsakalou)
I have always loved making Jugs as I find it is a form that has unlimited possibilities of expression without losing it's basic function.  My preferred method of making ceramics is by coiling.  This gives me the control I need to be able to achieve the results I am aiming for.  I also use the potter's wheel to make parts of a form which can then be modeled and assembled. My work is largely inspired by namture.  The flowing sensula forms found in all plant amd animal life, both above and below sea level.  Much of my work is made by pressing vintage needlework "doilies" into the soft porcelain slabs to give a texture similar to that of sculpted marble.


Cath Pickles says of her artistic practice "I love to explore different mediums when I paint, and try to choose the one which gives the best atmosphere for my work."

Over the Summer unique art work (and performance) was created by Globe Arts Young Creatives in response to the wonderful Grade II* listed building that is home to the LBT.  The work (in the Foyer and Upper Bar) uses a variety of drawing practices, and was created as part of the Heritage Lottery Fund’s Young Roots programme, LBT@LBT: Look Back in Time at the Lawrence Batley Theatre.

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