Visual Arts Theatre


Themes including drama in secret places, quietude and the nocturnal.

Rooted in sensory responses to the natural environment; an aesthetically rich selection of work by NOA Prize Winner, Lisa Lewis. Using traditional materials, her works explore how the brain interprets multi-sensory information; how it distils, amplifies or simplifies data, capturing the essence of a place, producing semi-abstractions rather than literal interpretations.

Daily drop-in art activities during the Easter Holidays between 11.00 & 14.00 for kids and parents/carers. Suitable for all ages 5 and up. FREE

There is also an opportunity for children to exhibit related artwork in the Mezzanine Gallery (enquire in the Main Gallery).

Closed Sundays and Mondays.

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