EXHIBITION : March 8, 2021 — August 31, 2021.
Unease by Grace Sharp
Unease is an exhibition of work by glass artist Grace Sharp. Grace uses glass blowing techniques and varying levels of pressure to create abstract sculptural forms. Unease was due to open in 2020 but was postponed due to lockdown. We’re delighted to be working with Grace again and will be showing Unease at the centre in May.
We’re excited to give a sneak-peek into this exhibition and we’re looking forward to seeing you when we open our doors to the public. The online exhibition will be available to view until 31st August.
Grace was also on the panel of our Creative Businesses in Lockdown discussion on Wednesday 24 May. You can watch a recording of this here.
This exhibition and film have been supported by the Radcliffe Trust, Arts Council England and Manchester City Council.
Grace’s work UNEASE is influenced by her own experience of living with anxiety and depression. If you or someone you know has been affected by this, please find a resource below with organisations that you might find helpful.
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