Launching with a Private View:
Thursday 27th April 2023,
Between 5pm and 7pm
Inspired by their local area and heritage with a trip to Teesside Archives and the Dorman Museum, Art & Design students from Middlesbrough College will be displaying their work in what will be a truly diverse and intriguing exhibition. From graffiti to photography, mixed media and more, the display will be a celebration of the student’s creativity and achievements.
“Teesside’s Teenside 2023” will be an assortment of various art mediums – a festivity of colour, technique and culture. The student’s are excited to showcase the results of their exploration through styles and methods during their time at Middlesbrough College.
You can expect to see a young vibrant visual response to our beautiful Teesside in this exciting collaborative exhibition.
Graham Frank Wright’s exhibition “Freedom of Movement” launched with the Private View on Thursday 14th July 2022 with great success.
Born in 1950, Graham has led a fruitful life, beginning his art journey at Hartlepool College of Art in 1966 and exhibiting in galleries from Los Angeles to Middlesbrough.
Graham was met with an amazing opportunity to join the live music touring industry, which enabled him to travel extensively around the world, spending many years in Europe and the USA. He gained great knowledge and understanding of all genres – artistically, musically and in all walks of life generally. And this gave him the great ability of having – ‘Freedom of Movement’.
Retiring from the Rock Music industry in 2020, Graham returned to his art and started painting and drawing full time – this exhibition being an accumulation of the work he has produced in the past few years, which we hope you will enjoy.
Graham has explored many techniques, mediums and subjects throughout his art practice and there is ‘something for everyone’ in this display at The Heritage Gallery.