Arts&Heritage Launches a second round of Meeting Point


1st June 2017

Arts&Heritage is delighted to announce the launch of the next Meeting Point commissions.

10 artists have been selected to work in partnership with museums in the North of England, each creating a new piece of work in response to the museums and their collections.

The artists, who have been commissioned through Meeting Point, have created projects inspired by a range of venues including a restored historic open-pan salt making site to an excavated monastic site dating back to the 12th century.

The Meeting Point commissions will take place between August 2017 – March 2018:

For more information on museum opening times please visit the each museum’s website.

The programme builds on a successful pilot, which took place in 2016 and saw artists working with museums across the North East and Yorkshire.

Read more details here.


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