Open Daily, Feb 1 – Mar 7 ,10pm to 3 pm.
Bromham Mill Gallery and Community Space
Going Higher is an exhibition that displays the work and experiences of people who identify as disabled through physical or mental health. Plus a celebration of the work done by community and therapeutic art practitioners and centres who are a valuable asset to our communities,with the work they do. Some of the work also reflects the experience of disabled people who use art activism.
An artistic space at its best is where artists,tradition and cultural keepers are curating work that can be ,world confirming or challenging,fosters critical thinking and expands compassion to create a more generative society. Work has been given by The Recovery College Bedford,Youth Inspired,Vince Laws,Mary E Hearne,Anne-Marie Abbate,Jill Reynolds and Sew N Sew.
We have a wide variety of work including textiles,mixed media collage,painting,sculpture and poetry. textile techniques include embroidery,collage,quilting,appliqué or the stencil hangings made by Vince Laws that form a backdrop to his performance poetry. Bromham Mill Gallery and Community Space
Bromham Mill gallery is a rural heritage site with a small cafe on the ground floor. The ground floor only is accessible to wheelchairs and has the cafe and seating area,toilet and a shop selling a range of locally produced crafts by Made in Bedford. The mill is a quiet friendly setting where visitors can find quiet areas to sit in. The main gallery for the exhibition space is up about 20 steps and has a hand rail on one side. There are chairs to sit on in the main gallery. As of yet we do not have a stair lift. If blind groups wish to visit they can request a guided tour by appointment.
Bedford, MK43 8LP
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