LEVEL Exhibitions & Installations.
We create and promote new Installations and Exhibitions. Our emphasis is upon high quality work that can find new ways to explore the notion of difference in a wide context. The LEVEL Gallery provides a contemporary space for new ideas, research and powerful art. Level also creates touring installations and new work for festivals and national events as well as programming visual art work in several local venues across Derbyshire.
Next Installation at LEVEL
Scattered Drops of Time
Polish Artists Grzegorz Rogala and Joanna Krzyszton
Open for group workshops and facilitated tours 11 September – November 2018
FREE Public Event 14 September 2018, 6.30 – 9.00pm
LEVEL will be filled with five interactive installations including the quirky ‘Dance School’ which captures images of people, transforming them into short animations set to Russian traditional folk music. ‘Instrument’ which uses physical gestures and movement to create, compose and perform music, and ‘Light Whistling’, which uses high pitched sound to create images for groups and individuals.
Interested in a facilitated tour? Throughout the residency LEVEL are able to offer groups, schools or day centres the opportunity to have a facilitated tour of the artworks at LEVEL.
To discuss your groups needs or to book contact firstname.lastname@example.org
2018 Summer Exhibition
Abstract Landscapes & other works by LEVEL Artists
July – November 2018
A group exhibition which presents visual art inspired by landscapes both imagined and real. It includes works by Howard Barton, Kim Bluff, Olivia Crossley-Holland, Lauren Payne, Anne Stone & Andrew Wallace-Hitchcock.
This exhibition forms part of an ongoing visual arts programme facilitated at LEVEL by artist Andrea Leigh. The Visual Arts Programme is an Art School for people with learning difficulties and complex needs.