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!
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.
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.
The Celestial Soundcloud
19 & 20 September 2023
The Celestial Sound Cloud is a sound and light installation that hangs above you. By singing and moving underneath the sculpture you can create your own visual and sound experience.
The Soundplay Dome
22 & 23 September 2023
An interactive sensory space that allows everyone to play in a collaborative environment. Using touch, sound and light, the dome encourages creative expression while having fun!
The Big Draw
Saturday 28 October
Find some inner calm by sketching zentangles, share your best qualities with a hand portrait or create an alien with all kinds of senses – get your imagination and your pens working!
Saturday 7 October
Fantastic free activities from 11am-3pm! Make a mini kite, build your own games controller, construct a giant cardboard city, fashion a tiny terrarium, create your own pom-poms and more!
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.
From January 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.
From January 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.
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Access For All
Find out more about our access at Level Centre including our access statement and sensory story.
Find out more about public transport links to Level and what else there is to do in the area
LEVEL Arts Centre, Old Station Close, Rowsley, DE4 2EL