GOOD SHOUT STUDIO PRESENTS ‘HUMAN NATURE’
23rd April – 2nd May 2015
Celebrating emerging and cutting edge environmental art.
There’s no denying that we face huge challenges in how, we as humans interact with nature. It feels more important than ever to take a look at our complex relationship with the environment, and how better to do so than through the eyes of an artist?
The Human Nature concept exhibition will use various mediums of visual art to explore our relationship with the environment, and to raise awareness of fundamental environmental changes that are happening in our world. Brought to us by London based Good Shout Studio.
From our city centre location, The Gallery at Munro House exhibits and represents artists specialising in all types of art, including photography, illustration, painting, print, sculpture, animation, film, and graphic design.
Since opening in September 2011, our programme has included a diverse mix of work and ecclectic range of artists. Exhibitions have included artists and designers working in styles and media ranging from photography and illustration, to experimental installations, traditional painting, printmaking and sculpture; since it’s inception, the gallery’s focus has been to support local arts and culture while also bringing artists and their work to the city from further afield – this is a core value which inspired the creation of The Gallery and is at the heart of everything we do.
Alongside our rolling, month-by-month exhibition programme, The Gallery space is available to hire for exhibitions, corporate functions, launches, screenings, events, workshops and more.
The Gallery’s in-house café is an independent eat-in and take-away sandwich shop, espresso bar and kitchen specialising in ciabatta and focaccia sandwiches. Fully licensed, it also caters for events and functions at The Gallery.
The Gallery and Café are within Munro House, at the corner of York Street and Duke Street.
Built originally as a Victorian textile mill, the high ceilings create a light and airy space. Situated around the corner from BBC Yorkshire, The West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds College of Music, Northern Ballet, and Yorkshire Dance.
The building is within the area known as Quarry Hill; opposite the Leeds City Bus Station, just over the road from the viaduct carrying the East Coast line north from Leeds – look to the left as you pass and you’ll see us.
ADMISSION IS FREE
GALLERY OPEN 10AM – 6PM, MONDAY – SATURDAY
SUNDAYS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
CAFÉ OPEN FROM 8AM, MONDAY - FRIDAY, 10AM SATURDAY