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What’s on at Level Centre

Our exhibitions are designed for everyone!

Level Centre is a lovely accessible building and is home to visual art exhibitions and immersive digital installations that change regularly throughout the year. We also have open days and creative workshops so if you fancy drawing on a giant doodle pad or making an art inspired climate change pledge keep an eye our events!

A white background with text that reads Create My World Nature in the centre. Graphical images of flowers, plants, toadstools and bugs surround the image.

Create My World: Nature

18 April – 27 June

A family-friendly exhibition focused on nature, world-building and exploration. Get creative and bring your own digital creations to life!

Lead image for an exhibition. A white background with text that reads [Isolation] Art Mail is handwritten in black at the bottom of the screen. In the centre, what looks like a black lunchbox stands upright against a cream map. Inside the box are paper versions of cheese and ham.

[Isolation] Art Mail

18 April – 27 June

[Isolation] Art Mail is the celebratory conclusion to a project that began during lockdown. Artist Tracey Meek exhibits as the recipient of the ‘Corridors Commission’, a collaboration between LEVEL and QUAD.

A background of colourful art such as textiles, photographs and painting. Around the edge of the image are overlays of pencils, charcoal, pastels, and paintbrushes. There is a bright yellow square in the centre of the image with black text that reads Level Public Visual Arts Exhibition 2024 Open Call.

Public Open Exhibition

Deadline 2 June!

We’re looking for the best Contemporary Visual Art produced both by and for learning disabled, neurodivergent, and disabled artists for our Public Open Exhibition 2024! Enter Now!

Two people look at something on a phone and smile and laugh. Around the image is a purple and green frame with digital blocks randomly arranged around it. They are yellow, blue and red. White text on a green rectangle at the top of the screen reads Loading 29 May. The text is in a retro arcade style. A white and purple retro style cursor points to the text. The same style text on a purple background at the bottom of the screen reads Avatar Workshop with Ashley James Brown. A retro style cursor in white and green points to this text.

Pixel Art Avatar Workshop

29 May

Work with digital artist Ashley James Brown to create content and explore character design, creatures and power ups in this hands on, fun workshop!

A pink background with and image in the middle of blue sky and clouds. Blue text reads No Sleep Just Clouds.

No Sleep Just Clouds

Coming Soon
4 July – 4 Sept 2024

Taking visual inspiration from anime, gaming and pop culture, No Sleep Just Clouds is an immersive storytelling experience following a neurodivergent artist, and their mission to create the ultimate, perfect piece of work.

Fun Palaces illustration, a line drawing of a castle with different activities taking place inside its rooms

Further Afield

Available Online

Online conversations that explore disabled artistic practices within rural settings and examine how creative networks can work together to make the arts more accessible to everyone.

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LEVEL Arts Centre, Old Station Close, Rowsley, DE4 2EL

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