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Cartwright Hall Art Gallery

The front view of Cartwight Hall Art Gallery and flower beds
Address:
Lister Park,
Manningham,
Bradford,
West Yorkshire BD9 4NS

Opening Times:

Tuesday - Friday 10am-4pm Saturday - Sunday 11am - 4pm
Closed: Mondays (except Bank Holidays), 25 December (Christmas Day) 26 December (Boxing Day) 27 December (Bank Holiday) 1 January (New Years Day)



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Description:

Cartwright Hall is Bradford's civic art gallery and offers an exciting programme of contemporary exhibitions, with four permanent galleries displaying works from our art collections.  The collections consists mainly of 19th and 20th Century British art, with strong collections of international contemporary prints and contemporary South Asian arts and crafts.



Contact Details:
Email: learning@bradford.gov.uk

Learning Programmes:

Our taught workshop programme supports schools to deliver a broad, balanced and rich curriculum through a range of subjects, skills and SMSC development – see individual workshops for details.

 

This academic year we are developing workshops and resources to support the new National Curriculum. To find out more about how Bradford Museums and Galleries can assist your school in delivering areas of the new curriculum please contact us.

  • The Art & Science of Noticing KS1,2 & 3
  • Arab Weaver KS1 & 2
  • Take2 Portraits KS1 & 2
  • What is Sculpture? KS1


Specialisms:
In 2008 Cartwright Hall re-opened its upper galleries with Connect, a new permanent exhibition funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. Connect makes connections between works of art from different cultures and times. This transcultural concept combines over two hundred Eastern and Western works of art displayed according to the universal themes of People, Place and Imagination.


City of Bradford MDC

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