Our first new free-to-view exhibition since March 2020 has been confirmed! Illustrator Jess White will be showcasing her beautiful work in our gallery spaces when we reopen on 17th May. This will be as part of the Centre’s ‘Artisan’ programme of inspiring exhibitions and events, led by Sophie Carr. See below for a preview ofContinue reading “EXHIBITIONS RETURN TO QPAC”
We’re delighted to announce that our in-house production company Unbound Theatre have won an award! Erika Sanderson won in the ‘Storyteller in a New Storytelling Production’ category at the Audio Verse Awards, for Unbound’s ‘Professor Chronomier’ series. Our congratulations to Erika and the team at Unbound. You can hear the Professor’s adventures for yourselves byContinue reading “AWARD WINNERS”
Our monthly book club is continuing as a free Zoom project during Lockdown. The next title the group will be looking at is “My Brilliant Friend” by Elena Ferrante, which they will be discussing on Thursday 13th May, at 7:30pm. Anyone interested in joining the group should contact for more details firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward toContinue reading “BOOK CLUB UPDATE”
Fourteen months on from the last live performance, we’re very pleased to announce the long-awaited reopening of our Limelight Theatre, with a brand new play from our in-house production company Unbound. ‘Funny Voices’ will debut on 21st May, and will be the first show performed in front of a live audience since the Limelight TheatreContinue reading “LIMELIGHT THEATRE TO REOPEN IN MAY”
In celebration of International Women’s Day 2021, we’re unveiling a brand new digital festival championing female artists. Running from 22nd – 31st March, ‘Women in the Arts’ will feature a selection of digital workshops led by female artists and practitioners from both the visual and performing arts. It follows an extensive online programme of activitiesContinue reading “‘WOMEN IN THE ARTS’ FESTIVAL ANNOUNCED”
The Queens Park Pottery Seminars were a regular fixture of the Centre’s programme for more than a decade during the 1980s and 1990s. Each one-day event gave aspiring artists a chance to see demonstrations from some of the most exciting and talented potters working in the medium. The seminars showcased the featured artist’s creative inspirationsContinue reading “FROM THE ARCHIVE – POTTERY SEMINARS”
During the lockdown we’ve been tidying up the QPAC archive. Here are a few of our favourite shots taken at workshops during the Centre’s first decade (including a glimpse at the old school hall that would become the Limelight Theatre in 1983!).
As you can see we’ve been busy during Lockdown! We’re delighted to welcome you to our brand new website, which we’ve been working on since the end of last year, and are excited to be launching as part of a huge update to the Centre’s branding and online profile. 40 years on, QPAC is brandContinue reading “WELCOME TO QUEENSPARKARTS.COM”