visit the BID members section

News

The Alex Howard Project - Strange Fruit...

Following the opening of Pop- Up Gallery Elsey’s Gallery off Risbygate St, Bury St Edmund, Arts graduate Alex Howard is currently preparing for his photographic exhibition Strange Fruit as fine art photographer in residence during January 2014.

Strange Fruit is both a reference to the famous anti -racist ballad as sung by Billie Holiday and also speaks of how Alex perceived his journey to an unfamiliar culture. Now returned to his home in Moreton Hall after graduating with flying colours from Camberwell Art College, his forthcoming exhibition “Strange Fruit” is a result of a journey to the Southern States  of the US with a photographer friend. Showing his exhibition at Elsey’s Gallery has enabled him to have studio space and plan and execute his first commercial exhibition.

Elsey’s Gallery is set to continue and is committed to ethical business practice, promoting high quality exhibitions and charges a fair price both to artists and buyers.

If you are interested in having an exhibition of contemporary art, photography or textiles at Elsey’s Gallery please contact Cate Hadley on 07966 550753 or at catehadley@btinternet.com website link https://hadleyexhibitions.co.uk or https://www.facebook.com/www.hadleyexhibitions.co.uk?ref=hl

Groups or individuals are welcome

The Alex Howard Project – 3rd – 28th February.

Opening hours: 10.30 – 2.00pm Mon- Sat (Check website for changes.)

 

 

Details

Telephone 01284 766258

Email Click here to email

Website click here to visit

Address 2nd Floor, 2 Woolhall Street, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1LA
IP33 1LA

Opening Hours

Map

Looking for an Attraction?

Here's 'Our' pick of the best...

Abbey Gardens

The Abbey Gardens, located in the historic centre of Bury St Edmunds, is an award-winning floral garden and ancient setting.

The Guildhall

A brand-new visitor attraction and community hub from one of Bury St. Edmund’s oldest buildings, the Guildhall.

Tourist Information Point

Find everything you need to know at Bury St Edmunds Tourism Information Point

Moyse's Hall Museum

Moyse’s Hall, dates back to 1180, and was used as a prison and a police station before opening as a museum in 1899

View all >>

Our Bury St Edmunds tweets ...

Follow us on twitter >>

Free Family Law Health check

Free diagnostic check with a Gross & Co expert for advice on issues with: Grandparents, unmarried couples, separation, divorce, premarital agreement.

read more >>
 

2nd Floor, 2 Woolhall Street, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1LA

admin@ourburystedmunds.com   01284 766258