Huddersfield Art Gallery

Huddersfield Library and Art Gallery
Address:
Princess Alexandra Walk, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire HD1 2SU

Opening Times:

Mon - Fri: 10-5pm

Sat: 10-4pm



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Description:

The Kirklees Collection contains many fine examples of 20th century British Art, including works by Francis Bacon, L.S Lowry and Henry Moore.  This accompanies a dynamic exhibition programme showcasing contemporary work by regional, national, international artists as well as work produced by schools and community groups.

 

The central Library and Art Gallery in Huddersfield was opened in 1940. The building is located in the centre of Huddersfield and is within easy walking distance of the bus and railway stations. The Art Gallery is situated on the second floor of the Library.



Contact Details:
Tel: 01484 221962 Education: 01484 221964 ruth.gamble@kirklees.gov.uk

Learning Programmes:
The gallery offers a changing programme of workshops and projects that link in with collections and exhibitions.  Sessions can be booked with Artists and Education staff to focus on portraits, landscapes, creative writing, but can be tailored to individual needs. We run school INSET, holiday clubs and outreach sessions.

Specialisms:

Art and Design

Literacy

 



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