Town Hall exhibition space

A new exhibition space was created at the Town Hall, Darlington, in 2014. There are five display boards and exhibitions by artists, photographers, designers , local students and local creative projects have been programmed so far. Anyone interested in submitting an exhibition proposal for this space should contact stephen.wiper@darlington.gov.uk

Current exhibition

Sea, Sand and Steel

Photographs by Chris Walker

Monday 16 January 2017 - Friday 10 March 2017

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Historically the North East saw concentrations of heavy industry develop side by side with areas of great natural beauty. South Gare, at the mouth of the River Tees, is one such place where the results of human economic activity contrast sharply with the natural environment. The exhibition includes includes film based photography (35mm) and work generated through traditional darkroom processes but does not seek to present itself as a masterclass in darkroom or camera handling techniques. Here Chris hopes to demonstrate that photography is more than just the resolution of technical challenges and that a photographer can successfully incorporate both subjective and objective element in their work.

Past Exhibitions

The Market revisited

Exhibition ran Monday 28 November 2016 - Friday 6 January 2017

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In 1986, artist Yvonne Talbot and author Allene Norris produced a book called The Market, which became a local bestseller, with original illustrations created during an artist’s residency. Creative practitioners Shelly Newnham and Norma Kyle followed in the footsteps of Yvonne and Allene, and worked in the market between the summer of 2015, to autumn 2016, this time working primarily through photography to generate this exhibition and produce a website, which explores that period in the markets history http://www.themarketrevisited.com/

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Photography Exhibition, Elaine Vizor
Monday 15 August - Friday 25 November 2016

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