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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!

Water Portals

8 Sept 2023 – 5 Jan 2024

An interactive digital journey exploring the microscopic world of water. Discover the beautiful microbes that live in our rivers, lakes and seas, and understand the crucial roles they play in creating a healthy world.

Drawn outline of a person in green and black repeated across a piece of cloth

Be Happy With Who You Are

8 Sept 2023 – 8 Jan 2024

A joint project between our Level Makes visual art group and Little Canyon Collective exploring the concept of being happy and what happiness can look like.

Necklace of Stars

27 Sept 2023 – 5 Jan 2024

Created by older people during the pandemic, A Necklace of Stars celebrates childhood and the night sky in words, song and stitches and is a testimony to the power of human connection and creativity. 

Computer generated image of the Level Centre building in a grassy field with trees and hills in the background.


11 January – 12 April 2024

A fun, interactive installation, PlayLAND brings the world of outdoor play inside the Level Centre building, inviting you to play, sense and immerse yourself in a playful relaxing world.

Big Draw 2023 Festival image

Metamorphic (Traces)

11 January – 12 April 2024

A trace memento of two artists’ time spent considering how dance manifests in non dancers’ bodies and how movement could be incorporated into their disabled body.

Artist Grace Curry sat drawing at a desk.

I Got On The Bus In One Life, And Off In Another

11 January – 12 April 2024

Grace Currie is our Spotlight Award artist for 2024. She’ll be displaying new work in development and/or work from their collection in our gallery space.

Bed outside in a field. On the bed is white pillow and quilt covered in white and yellow pom poms in the shape of daisies. In the background is grass and trees.


11 January – 12 April 2024

A period survival quilt created from pom poms depicting ‘Daisyland’ a queer utopia that artist Corinne and their only childhood and imaginary friend named Daisy created.

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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Access For All

Find out more about our access at Level Centre including our access statement and sensory story.

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

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