Colin Frank, Maria Sappho, Sam Gillies
Create Lab, Barbara Hepworth Building, University of Huddersfield
A video exhibition of place-based performances across Huddersfield.
Simon Woolham, Jodie Matthews
Parlour, Unit 3, The Piazza, Temporary Contemporary
A workshop and subsequent exhibition exploring the textures of the canal space.
James Dyer, Nick Deakin
West Yorkshire Print Workshop, Unit 2, The Piazza, Temporary Contemporary
Inspiring different ways of thinking about place through slow, counter-intuitive interactions with graphics.
Amy Chen, Katrina McLaughlin
CollaborArti Gallery 1, The Piazza, Temporary Contemporary
Capture your relationship with the place you call home through a hands-on craft workshop, creating a textiles electrical circuit.
A podcast series about cultural, emotional and creative engagement with place, featuring collaborators, participants and members of the Temporary Contemporary community.
A public exhibition featuring photographic portraits of Huddersfield community.
Huddersfield Art Gallery
Mirror brings together new work created specifically for Huddersfield Art Gallery. Figurative painter Lindsey Bull explores imagined portraits and her links to fashion imagery, clothing, rituals and more.
Melissa Fletcher, Bea Martin, Katrina McLaughlin
Queensgate Indoor Market
Questioning the fabric of Huddersfield and inspired by the town’s heritage and history, this installation examines the relationships between the visible present and the invisible memories.
B. Spatz, L. Dodd, N .E. Erçin, A. Mendel
Holocaust Centre North, Heritage Quay, University of Huddersfield
An experiment in collaborative memory and placemaking through audio-visual methods.
West Yorkshire Print Workshop
Unit 2, The Piazza, Temporary Contemporary
Drop in to West Yorkshire Printhouse for free, to learn about animating town centres with printmaking and try printmaking inspired by the townscape.
Angela Hoyos Gómez, Juan Hernández
AME Dai Hall, Unit 29/30, the Piazza
A digital immersive environment in which sound is created from the light of stars, with performances, participatory activities and talks from Astronomers throughout.
D. Di Mascio, C. Diggle, H. Darnell, T. Ahmed
Queensgate Indoor Market + Create Lab, Barbara Hepworth Building, University of Huddersfield
An exhibition and workshop to prompt ideas and design proposals around the town, triggering new narratives.
Ruchi Singh, David Vélez, Duncan Chapman
AME Dai Hall, Unit 29/30, the Piazza, Temporary Contemporary
An examination of the cultural tradition of forced harvesting rhubarb from the perspective of two foreigners living in Yorkshire.
Yun Gao, Adrian Pitts
Create Lab, Barbara Hepworth Building, University of Huddersfield + Temporary Contemporary
A symposium and research showcase exploring sustainability in the context of Huddersfield.
N. Clear, H. Jun Park, H. Lee, M. Adkins
Market Gallery, Queensgate Indoor Market
An exhibition exploring the historical architectures of Huddersfield through immersive VR technology.
Textile staff, student researchers
Poundland (Piazza unit 28)
An exhibition of practice-based textiles research featuring staff + student work, exploring themes in the context of Huddersfield’s industrial heritage.
Nik Taylor, Merrick Burrow
Sir Patrick Stewart Building, University of Huddersfield
In 1865 the Davenport brothers played Huddersfield’s Philosophical Hall. This event combines fantasy re-enactment with talks on themes of magic, fraud and spiritualism.
The Piazza, Temporary Contemporary & various Huddersfield locations
The Great Huddersfield Song Swap 2022 uncovers the songs that have meaning for the people of Huddersfield.
Elnaz Yazdani, Kayleigh Davis
Market Garden, Queensgate Indoor Market + University Colour Garden at Percy Shaw House, University of Huddersfield
In collaboration with WOVEN in Kirklees and the Growing Colour Together group.
Katherine Lewis, Todd Andrew Borlik
Univeristy of Huddersfield + Kirklees Priory
An exhibition and talks on the Robin Hood legend, exploring its connection to local history and followed by a trip to Kirklees Priory and Robin Hood’s grave.
Huddersfield Art Gallery
A new site-specific work, comprising elements developed from the artist’s interest in Medieval marginalia, sports clubs, psychedelics and the countryside surrounding Huddersfield.